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An Ear to the Ground
Ian Cameron

An Ear to the Ground

Lossiemouth, Moray, Scotland

A lump of weathered and pitted sandstone as dry as talc is half submerged in wind sculpted sand amongst the dunes on Lossiemouth beach. The shape of the stone immediately reminds me of an ear and a title for the image pops into my head - it is such a delightfully artistic setting I was tempted to write a message below it in the sand and take a second photograph - "Van Gogh Woz 'Ear". Such a warped mind.

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Pentax 67 II ,90-180 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
Unfiltered, f/27 at 2 Seconds. full exif

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M Paula Neumann28-May-2014 11:46
Wonderful shot and great light. Love the title of the image. Perfect.
Sandy Rich12-Jul-2013 21:59
Being "warped" is what makes you look at things differently and catch some amazing images.
John G Reed09-Jul-2013 20:37
Nicely done. Best. J
Robert Strachan09-Jul-2013 13:19
good find!
Earl Misanchuk08-Jul-2013 23:45
A very fine natural abstract. Kudos. V

Aw, you shoulda done the writing in the sand thing :-)
William Barletta08-Jul-2013 23:30
A fascinating play of light and texture.
Light_Works08-Jul-2013 23:18
Nice work! Well done! V.
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