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|The tip of the peninsula is battered by huge waves summer and winter. I the winter, the spray slowly builds fantasy forms around the simplest, most delicate objects. These long-dead wildflowers were, to mt eye, transformed into and abstract sculpture that represents a woman in mourning, presenting flowers at a gravesite|
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- [2013-01-12 0:07]
I see your meaning and where you are with the feel of this image, its good to be able to loose yourself and let the mind wander with certain photography, sad in a way that some miss out by not connecting with this part of the art. I like the sft shape and the subtle way its outlined with the backdrop.
Very well seen and taken.
Have a peaceful weekend.
- [2013-01-12 8:42]
An interesting subject aptly captures the simple yet effective image of this natrual art form.
Incredible you have found this natural piece of art; this ice sculpture. I like what it represents to you. This photo brings to my mind the opal stones (a tree glue with little pieces of leaves or insects inside of them). A real jewel to my eyes; Inside, on the top I can see a bird, and in the left side I can see a ballet dancer. I am glad there is people like you observing around. TFS