An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
What stories these stones could tell. Have a good weekend Doug
You have to stare at it, Doug, to figure it out! WOW.
At first I thought, that it are images on the wall.All colors perfectly matched.It was not us was the forest, it will not us, will be the forest.
wonderful composition and so beautiful stones!Happy Friday dear Doug!Léia
Fantastic framing and patterns.Lime the way in included some grass, to "break" the other tones...
Splendid framed, like paintings!
I like the symmetrical framing of this extra-ordinary vision of stone and flora. And a nice weekend to you all.
Superb view - fantastic merging of inside and out.
A M A Z I N G ! Congrats!
Wow, I love this one Doug. The richness in color, the framing, the contrast between something manmade and nature.
Beautiful composition. The sharpness and the colors are perfect.
Amazing. This buiding must have been fantastic once upon a time. I really like the construction of the blocks. I think I could spend hours studying each one of those rocks. LOL! Beautiful photo.Lili
How pretty! It takes my brain a minute to put this scene together, it's so unexpected. Very nice :)
Oh yeah, there are actually some trees behind the stone wall. I too thought they were images on the walk originally. You always provide fresh and interesting photos!
Nature has reclaimed its rights
I like it, I can see the fall. nice photo, greetings
terrific. great textures
Is the glass half empty or half full?Did Mother Nature move in or move out? ;o)
this is what i call a WALL !!! too bad the building has gone to pieces ...brilliant compo and frame, and brilliant colours and tones !
La beauté de ces pierres s’harmonise parfaitement avec les couleurs de la forêt.
Great eye Doug--excellent result!
Great eye to catch this! Great shot with geometry and textures!Have a nice day.
the forest's entrance, i like it.. :) great catch!