Sun 30 Mar, 2003 12:01 am
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>>>if you have the time.
The sands of curiosity
the ground of wonder
the surface of knowledge
is ours to plunder.
Let's dig in!
Before the driving time
quakes dust from our mind,
or casts memory asunder.
Good shots of differential erosion. It almost looks like the sand hills along the Missouri River, except that section of rounded river rock . This would be a classic "how did it get deposited" exercise for geology students. I like youre black and white and composition. Ive been toying around with IR film for higher contrast. Unfortunately I get 1 good pic for every 6 taken.
Are you from New England by any chance? The sand layers in glacial eskers often looks like these shots.
There is a good market for educational and textbook stock photos
Nice answers above ! Yes Farmerman thats from central Maine. Thanks for the suggestion. See Yankee magazine this summer for something else.
Very nice. Although there is movement it seems like the sounds of silence to me.
Nice composition by nature and you.