"Macro Art In Nature"

Explorations in the artistic world of macro photography.

“La Presa” – Ancient Landscapes Series / Brazil Agate Rock

This is another image created from a cut slab of Brazil Agate rock.
I like the barren landscape feel and the look of a approaching storm.
This rock had a ever so slight hint of cyan/blue within, so I removed that color in Photoshop.

© 2008 – Michael Brown
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“La Presa”
Ancient Landscapes – Series

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Michael Brown – Photographer
“Macro Art In Nature” – Website

January 14, 2009 - Posted by | abstract, art, blog, botanical, canon, composition, Digital, dragonfly, DSLR, Fine Art Nature Photography, flora, flowers, gems, hiking, horticulture, insects, landscapes, lapidary, life, macro, Macro Photographer, minerals, nature, Nature Photographer, outdoors, paintings, Photo Blog, photoblog, photography, photoshop, rock hound, rocks, slabs | , , , , ,

8 Comments

  1. Amazing result. I would have guessed it was a landscape for sure!

    Comment by Laurie | January 15, 2009

  2. Reminds me of some of Elliot Porter’s nature shots…

    Comment by burstmode | January 15, 2009

  3. Lovely photos on your blog.. Enjoyed them…

    Comment by Michele | January 15, 2009

  4. Really superb. It really is amazing what one can see when looking at these rocks. An approaching storm really hits the nail on the head for me. The stones really do give interesting Rorschach tests.

    Comment by Howard Grill | January 15, 2009

  5. Beautiful shot. Congratulations.
    Great macro photo world!

    Comment by Luiz Ramos | January 16, 2009

  6. Amazing portrayal of the light along the ridge here Michael. Works for me!

    Comment by Mark | January 16, 2009

  7. As a lover of natural gems, I’ve always adored the Agates. I’m partial to the Dendritic (Greek..tree-like)Agates and their appearance of winter scenes. Beautiful image here, Michael.

    Comment by sppokydragonfly | January 22, 2009

  8. Thanks gang!

    Comment by macroartinnature | January 23, 2009


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