That is a beautiful example of Land art. On the other hand, it's damage that it cannot more distinguish the work from the bottom.
I didn't appreciate this shot until after I took it - I stumbled across this bit of "land art" while on a beach walk, it had been put together by someone anonymous...it was only after I returned home and saw it's intricacies that I fully appreciated the time that must have gone in to it...
Finally, by this photograph you give a certain notoriety to this work of anonymous artists.
I think this may be crying out for a sympathetic mono conversion - but I would say that, I'm a mono freak :D
Nice one, Keith :)
I dont understand well the term of "conversion mono sympatique" but with final, I congratulate the artist and the photographer for this work.
Continue to take beautiful photograph and can be with soon.
David, I meant converting to black and white in a way that suits the image.
I hope that translates ok :)
I dont speak quite English, I must thus pass through an automatic translator who translates with his way. Sometimes, certain expressions are difficult to understand. For the photograph, indeed, to pass under a black and white filter on photoshop, to adjust contrast and the photograph gain in intensity.
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Photo taken in Fort Williams Park, 1000 Shore Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location