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Frosterley Marble in its natural state.

Frosterley Marble in it's natural state.

Actually a grey limestone with white coral fossils. Polishes up to almost black and white. It was extensively used for decorative columns and fonts in churches, most notably in Durham Cathedral (world heritage site).

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel
1/30s f/5.6 at 33.0mm iso200 full exif

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Máire Uí Mhaicín22-Nov-2008 17:08
The fact that it's sitting in water and the angle you approaced it from give a real sense of this stone. It's wonderfully textured.
steve mcsweeny30-Jul-2005 21:01
Great,that leaf for me makes this a stand out shot!GMV.
Steven Jusczyk23-Jul-2005 05:08
Beautiful, just the right tone.
Al Chesworth22-Jul-2005 21:20
Water is nice and clear, unusual stone well photographed.
Lazy 3L Photography22-Jul-2005 20:58
Very nice....the green leaf makes an interesting focal point.
Sharon Rogers22-Jul-2005 19:55
looks like it grew the leaf itself. :-)
Zak22-Jul-2005 18:20
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