Seeing the cracked mud inside the boat echoing the mud outside made me smile for reasons I can't explain.
Great photo, George.
This is a killer photo but it kind of makes me sad to look at. Thanks for such a powerful shot George.
Great image! You really can find beauty in everything.
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Fascinating. Looking at the image, one of my first impressions was how negative the results of a dam can be. Just bottom garbage mud from sediment deposits, no bottom grasses, no rocks, no debris that would act to encourage a healthy ecosystem here. Just sediment deposits from up stream environmental abuse. Nothing that suggests a fully healthy ecosystem existed here. Beautiful picture by the way.
And everything goes back to the earth. This is a great photo, but I think J S is right, I think the footprints do take away a certain isolation factor that the photo was creating. None the less, I really like this one.
Hey water bird, Nice to see you here. Would you say there are fifty shades of gray?
yes, i totally agree with Kristina below, hypnotizing foto. this really represents a perfect example of a powerful combination between photography and imaginery of patterns, Plus the amazing and infinite nuances of gray! compliments to the photographer for capturing this in what i would judge as the perfect perspective.
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