This is a discussion on Stacked Rocks within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; On a hike in World's End State Park, I found these rocks, stacked by someone, i dont know when.... Autumn ...
I like it, not a fan of the border tho,I feel it takes away from the picture, but thats me.
Nice and simple
love the textures and the bokeh. nice work!
Nice one JR215. I think I agree w/GJK though. That center crop is perfect the way it is.
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I like the simplicity of this Justin, it is a nice image.
I actually don't mind the idea of the frame, but wonder if it would be better if the background (frame) image was lower, so that the grey line of the base rock is below the corresponding line of the main image. In this way it would give the visual impression that the top image sits proud as opposed to being recessed. I don't know if this makes sense and if I have explained my thoughts properly.
Very nice image. Sort of reminds me of flapjacks with a dollup of whipped cream on top. My only problem with the shot is the subject matter. Inukshuks have become so proliferous in Ontario that Provincial Parks are now treating them in the same regard as rock graffitti.
The top color really add to that picture. Nice.
when the last tree has died the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught, only then the human race will realized that money can't be eaten.
I like the framing but then again Im partial to some framing. the shot and concept are very cool regardless if you like the framing or not
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