9 Replies to “Fractured 7-10”

  1. Thank you, Emma. The shapes are a curious natural occurrence that I do not understand but I am sure there is a geophysical explanation. I must make some researches.

  2. Thank you, Allison. It is never possible to imagine what other people will see in one of these altered images, so I am interested in your reference to “pits and boundaries”. The rock surface that I photographed was smooth, continuous, and slightly undulating but with the continuum of curvi-polygonal fractures. The blue-brown tones seemed more exciting than the original greys.

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