Sorry, but this was too tempting and I simply couldn’t resist it.
This entry was posted on 28/12/2009 by Staffan H. It was filed under Abstract and was tagged with Abstract images, Abstract photography, photographic art.
Very strong intriguing images.
28/12/2009 at 02:45
Lynn: Thank you.
28/12/2009 at 10:33
Strong indeed. This is was etched. The textures and patterns are appealing in a wonderful abstract.
28/12/2009 at 15:49
Anna: I think the weather and the snow helped a lot. I have known and seen those rocks/that wall all my life, but this was the first time I took a picture of it. Thank you.
29/12/2009 at 00:16
Eh! I did it again! LOL I made another typo and it is a wonder you understood what I had written. The image you capture looked as it was etched.
Anyway, isn’t it something to have looked at or seen something all your life or for many years and how it changes appearances during seasons and various weather conditions? So many things plainly hidden in sight yet missed. 🙂
29/12/2009 at 01:48
Anna: Things like that happen now and then – we are all human beings. The first real job I had was in the telex room on an international shipping company so I have both seen and made worse mistakes. We used to joke about it and say something like “Fast and faulty”. The translation may not be the best, but it gives a hint of the original in Swedish.
Besides, I’m no native English speaker, so I now feel that I’m excused when not paying enough attention to what and how I write and express myself in English. 😀
You are right in what you say about seeing something for many years and follow how it changes with the seasons and the weather. It’s definitely something!
29/12/2009 at 02:14
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