Painting Rocks, Part 3, No. 3

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I don’t know about you but, I tend to get lost in these images. My imagination runs wild with possibilities of what my eyes are trying to relay to my brain. Have fun!

Painting Rocks, Part 3, No. 2

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As I have worked on these images, I’ve tried to come up with titles for each. So far, titles elude me and I think that’s OK. For some of my images, I feel adding a title forces my perception of what has been created on to the viewer, I don’t feel that is the right thing to do. So, with that in mind, feel free to be creative with your own title if you wish.

Painting Rocks, Part 3, No. 1

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I continue to be lost in creating these images for the moment. It’s possible they may become part of an exhibit of my work in June. In fact, it may be the entire exhibit!

This have also been an exercise in attempting to have a blog post every day for a 30 days. It looks like I will succeed. It will be fun designing the next project that I can attempt for another 30 day run.

Painting Rocks, Part 2, No. 2

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I’ve been developing a style for these images, bringing out the blues and oranges. All the other flecks of color are a bonus.

Painting Rocks, Part 2, No. 1

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I returned to the location where I captured the images for my first set of manipulated rock art and found a number of possible candidates to work with.

A Minimalist Approach

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I was holding a binder clip and…

Number Three of a Set

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The last, (for now) manipulation of a slab of rock. All three images in this set were captured with an iPhone 12 Pro Max and were fiddled with in Photoshop.

And Now…A completely Different View of Rock Surfaces

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Taking an image of an average rock surface and having a bit of fun turning it into something more than average.

An alternative path through the woods.

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Intentional camera movement coupled with some creative Photoshopping.