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Friday, January 21, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: Filling in the spaces


I thought it was somewhat interesting how the sleet filled in the spaces in between the rocks. It almost looks like sand.

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12 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

And the texture is awesome!
Amazing and creative shot!
Hugs
Léia

Naquillity said...

it does look a lot like sand. isn't it funny how things appear to our eye?

i'm doing well now and thought i'd try to make some commenting rounds, :)

hope all is well your way.

Dragonstar said...

I love the texture, and it's such a creative shot.

I was so pleased not to need new glasses - I still have the same prescription I had in 2006! I needed new glasses every 6 months for a while when I was young, so this is a real change for me. One of the (very) few benefits of age!

Karen said...

Great texture here, super photo.

REJEN said...

Great pattern it makes, nice shot...

LauraX said...

has a brain like quality...very cool!

Johnny Nutcase said...

those are awesome textures and really nice in monochrome, too. It does look sand-y!

anemonen said...

Great texture!

Genie said...

The sleet really does look like sand....it makes for a lovely texture to the photograph. Wonderful capture.

SandyCarlson said...

It does look like sand. Water finds its own level in every form, I guess. B&W is perfect for this shot.

Cildemer said...

Beautiful!
It looks like foam left behind a wave on the shore too;o)

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Have a beautiful Sunday****

Indrani said...

A good natural abstract shot.

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