You are so talented. Not only for making this but also for how well you photographed it. Happy weekend.
You've taken an excellent photo of your equally excellent subject!
Very tactile - and intriguing with the light falling on it in this way.Lucy
I'm sure you knew what it was.
It looks like a stoneware piece like what my humans make. You should tyr to make another! I made a BW entry this week but my human said I can not enter it. ;-(It is my birthday, dragonstar, so I am drooly visiting. . .
I admired that piece as you made it - the sense of movement is so marked. Water swirling about a weed covered rock...
A great abstract composition, the picture gives an excellent set of textures and lights, the natural must be spectacular. Have a great weekend!
It would be difficult to reproduce this piece, I'm glad the camera captured it's unique beauty!
This piece has an interesting melee of indentations and protrusions! Beautiful in monochrome!
Isn't it wonderful when something like that happens!And then to reinvent it in a photo, probably severalphotos and now to be able to show it to this wonderful audience!
I'd say swirls is a great name for this piece. It seems to move on its own.David/ Houston
Very interesting, nice shot...;-D
Nice creation and very creative.Happy weekend!
such interesting texture here...really well suited for black and white with all the shadows and highlights.
Great capture of your work ;))
Great B&W shot! And great work too! It looks like a brooch! I'd love to wear one like this;o)***Have a nice and happy weekend****
An interesting piece, And well suited for black and white.Have a great weekend.
this is lovely!
very nice piece and photo of it. great in black and white
Don't know why, but it reminds me of a big huge piece of truffle ;-P
belle recherche photographique, cela rend tres bienPublicity ;o) Every Friday (and the Weekend), The Challenge "Walk In The Street Photography"
inspirational piece, very beautiful.
This is so pretty. Your capture if awesome, and it just keeps on frowning on me the more I view it. I remember a sculpture piece I did back in college in 1957 of a nun in her habit and veil. I used sand, vermiculite, and plaster.Believe it or not...I still have that thing, and now I look at it as one of my treasures. I am curious what you used for this.
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