The Sharecropper

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Dark Sea

Dark Sea by The Sharecropper

Sometimes I find a shot that speaks to me buried in a folder. Originally it might have slipped through the cracks or have been overlooked. But over time tastes change or evolve. I have a number of shots that I took trying to capture a certain sense of infinite space. Where the eye sees the ocean meet the horizon and gets swept away in a trance of sorts. This is one of those shots and I am glad to have found it again.

If this evokes anything in you please feel free to comment.

Thanks,

The Sharecropper

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One comment on “Dark Sea

  1. Phil
    January 9, 2013

    Great shot bud. You can hardly tell that is water…and the rocks look like faces looking upward. A challenge to the eyes…so many different perceptions.

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