Vein with Needles

 

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This is a follow-up to the Concrete Vein post, and is on the same concrete cross-section of the Gonzales Observatory, but a much more delicate vein.

I like how the pine needles and tiny plant make  this seem like some mountain ledge in the distance.

It’s another one for the concrete-abstractionists.

Canon EOS 5D MkII, Canon 50mm/f1.4 lens, ISO100, f6.3, 1/100th

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7 thoughts on “Vein with Needles

  1. Pingback: Concrete Veins in Context | burnt embers

    • Its a thing now. According to a comment on my earlier post, someone noticed and liked that ‘abstract’ and ‘concrete’ were adjacent tags. I liked that too, though I had not noticed till it was brought to my attention.

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    • Hi Katherine. What you are thinking might be flaking, is the bedrock upon which the observatory is built. This bit of concrete holds up the walkway around the perimeter of the observatory – yesterday’s shot is taken from this location. Thanks for your comments about the composition, this image is quite heavily cropped to get a composition that I liked.

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