Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

The rock is only a quarter of an inch. The red on the grey caught my eye. I made five images. Each time, by rotating or moving the camera in closer, I eliminated extraneous, peripheral, clutter which was ok in a wider composition but didn’t add anything to the final image I had in mind. A tiny red rock lodged in a crack, a temporary resting place in the continuing erosion of the badlands in the desert southwest.

2 thoughts on “Red Rock”

  1. The descriptions/explanations you’re offering with the photo of the day are a wonderful addition. That is the Geraint I saw on the photo tour day I spent with you: sharing your love for the light, sharing your love for the land, sharing your love for the art. Thank you.


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