Wordless Wednesday: In the Rough

From Topsail, April 2011


Wordless Wednesday

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  1. What an amazing study of textures and contrasts!!!
    Fabulous!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  2. Anonymous6:02 AM

    What is it?

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  3. That is a find, very good eye for seeing the possibilities. I love it.

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  4. Very nicely captured.

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  5. This is a unique find. Did you pick it up?

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  6. Fabulous capture.

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  7. Sandy, haven't been able to keep up with your posts. Today, I went back saw the ones I missed, though I didn't comment. I love your rage at the thoughtless speeders who kill turtles. So sad. Don't share your love of seafood. The photos, well I love those. And I wish I could even begin to know how to take a night photo of anything.

    Hope you're doing well.

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  8. Beautiful detail photo. I like the way the stone has been weathered, especially the hole.

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  9. I'm curious too, what is this Sandy?

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  10. Anonymous5:46 PM

    'in the rough' it helps to let forces pass through, by and past, strong as a stone.
    impressed.

    daily athens

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  11. It looks like its own little environment. :-)

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  12. Did you look through this hole so you could see the beach fairies? It is the only way you could possibly see them.

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  13. It looks like hidden treasure is being protected by the stone
    Very lovely shot.:)

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  14. Oh Sandy, I absolutely adore this image!
    That sand is so detailed and comes almost across as course salt, as it sprinkles the stone - or is it wood? Which in its turn resembles almost a jewelry pendant.
    It is all so rustic and natural, reminding us of the delicate and yet rugged natural scene.
    Have a great rest of the week dear friend, loved this photo,
    xoxo

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  15. Anonymous4:43 AM

    No matter what it is...
    Nature's gift born as beauty within..
    Your Wordless Wednesdays rock!
    Amazing shot with great lighting and hue!

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  16. Anonymous5:24 AM

    So beautiful in its simplicity.

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  17. Anonymous6:19 AM

    I thought it could be a very early Chinese anchor. They used them but most were round and this wasn't. So I had no idea what it really is. Thanks for the comeback and telling me.

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