03.07.2019 Rockslide

Any time of the year, somewhere on Dean Brook exists an image.

Actually, it’s not going anywhere, but sure does look in a precarious position.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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16 Responses to 03.07.2019 Rockslide

  1. Your imagination threatens to sweep you away this morning.

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  2. Two words: Stun. Ning.

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  3. Very unusual. Almost looks like clouds. Lovely image.

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  4. I’ve been thinking rock candy
    We used to make it when we were kids, and get some pretty nice formations (we just weren’t ever allowed to eat the stuff!)
    This is a really unusually beautiful little scene


    • Steve and I discussed rocky candy a few posts ago and I agree this looks like it too. Difference being we were allowed to eat the stuff. I ate a lot of sugar in my younger years including sugar cubes. It’s amazing that I still have most of my teeth and they are hard as rocks. Not sure the rest of me is that durable but my teeth will outlast me. 🙂
      Thanks. It does make me happy and I think the motion captured really makes a difference.

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      • shoreacres says:

        I know there’s another discussion about ‘candy that looks like rocks’ somewhere in your archives, but I couldn’t find it. I remembered this discussion when I came across these, from the Chatham, MA, Candy Manor. They look just like the “rocks” that we got as kids. They have a whole collection of shells, rocks, lobsters — the whole Cape Cod thing. I was looking through their site to see what I could send to a friend who lives in Chatham, but when I found these — well. I think I just might have to indulge. I’d rather have a good lobster roll, but I don’t think that’s going to happen here in the land of BarBQue.

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      • This was a surprise to see after all this time.

        I looked at my Little Hunters Beach posts where the cobblestones are quite colorful and almost candylike but no discussion there. I am sure you remember correctly but I am not sure which other post it might be.


      • shoreacres says:

        Lookie here! These might be even more like the pebbles at Little Hunters Beach.

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      • Indeed they do…yummy looking too.


  5. shoreacres says:

    It’s really interesting to see the water flowing around the ice precisely as it does around rocks. Of course there’s a firm base beneath that ice — at least, I assume there is — but the illusion is perfect. It could just as easily be an image of crinkly ice floes whose movement’s been stopped by the camera.

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    • Yes, there is a solid rock below which is how I came up with the title. If you watch this over decades or shorter sometimes, then the illusion becomes real as the rock migrates downstream. Sounds silly maybe, but the are a few rocks that I have photographed in streams and, despite their large size, they are never in the same place two years in a row.

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  6. bluebrightly says:

    A beauty, I love it. It feel so intimate, like only I can see it, or like I’m privy to some small but important undertaking. Wonderful!

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