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Post by uuglypher »

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rmalarz wrote:
Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:11 pm
--Bob
Super strong image; great effect in B&W!
The captured depth accentuates the direction of the “reaching” expose roots toward the stones deposited by that last flash flood that washed away a goodly part of the trees base of existence . A powerful, impactful image!
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uuglypher wrote:
Wed Feb 24, 2021 7:03 pm
:love:
rmalarz wrote:
Wed Feb 24, 2021 2:11 pm
--Bob
Super strong image; great effect in B&W!
The captured depth accentuates the direction of the “reaching” expose roots toward the stones deposited by that last flash flood that washed away a goodly part of the trees base of existence . A powerful, impactful image!
Dave

Sorry, there I go again... an unintended 2nd submission!
Am I double-clicking on something?

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Thank you very much, Dave.
Thank you very much, Dave.
Thank you very much, Dave.
8-)
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Couple of clowns I see....good one Bob

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Post by PietFrancke »

Bob - Dave had the right word - STRONG!

Super cool roots and rocks - they Rock and they go Deep.

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Psjunkie, I hardly ever pass up a chance for a bit of a laugh.
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Thank you very much, Piet. I'm pleased that you, et. al. like this one.
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Post by PietFrancke »

man, those roots squirm like snakes or worms

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Post by uuglypher »

Composition well-chosen; very effective both from point of view of the back-to-front direction of the “squirming” roots (as Piet described them) and the diagonal orientation of the erosive wadi / dry wash with heavy pebbles testimony it’s strength of flow. This image tells a concise, lucid, and coherent story!
I like it more each time I view it!
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