Saturday, October 10, 2009

Looking down

While looking up can give you some wonderful, lofty views, looking down is a study of texture and subtle patterns.
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Like the quirky abstract shapes of roots making their way up between rocks, moss and a carpet of fallen pine needles...
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...or the swirly pattern of pine needles left behind after the last mini flood...
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...or the tiny grains of sand lodged in the crevasses of an old weather-worn piece of wood from the paths along the beach.
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Details. I love the little details. They are everywhere.
We just have to look with the right eyes.

1 comment:

  1. wow stunning photography. love the roots one.xx

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