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    Shades Of Clay

    I took these along a lake shoreline yesterday, just walking and snapping with a 70-300 segma. There are enough of these unusual formations around that I could go there and get a pretty interesting collection, especially if I started moving them around to create a full scene with them...
    I was hunting indian artifacts so I wasn't really looking for these but they are interesting as surface material goes.

    I LOVE these colors and so do other people, I wash thinking about making some poster size prints just to see what they look like. I easily plucked them out in adobe, you can put them together most any old way and they look balanced.

    Anyway any advice on how to capture these appreciated, I think I will go back and spend a day actually thinking about these shots before I take them. The last image in petrified tree roots.
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    Re: Shades Of Clay

    I like them, very colorful.

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    Re: Shades Of Clay

    Great colors. I really like the broken one (that would be hard to move unless you are really good at jigsaw puzzles). I would have to collect several and have a go at it with a group shot or two. The petrified tree root is very interesting, would like to see more. Thanks for sharing

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    Re: Shades Of Clay

    Very interesting images showing the variety that nature can provide.

    One thing I might mention: it would be easier for me to see the images as individual photos if there were spaces between the postings...

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    Re: Shades Of Clay

    I think they are very nice, interesting and the colours you've captured in your photos are beautiful.

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