4 Replies to “LRLS Series (1)”

  1. So beautiful!😊 Is it really stone? Had been nice to see the “whole” picture compared to one of your detailed to see how you can catch this beautiful pattern and textures you shoot so well. I haven’t that ability as you have.

  2. Thank you, John. Yes, it is stone – but with the colours digitally altered. I will have to look for some context photographs to show you the whole scene in which I took this image. The rocks were arranged in thick and thin layers of alternating bands of Blue Lias limestone and shale from the Jurassic period, with some subtle contrasting colours, both in the cliffs and on the seashore. There was strong overhead sunlight creating shadowed areas. I liked the angular geometric way that the rocks had naturally broken and thought they made attractive natural abstract compositions.

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