An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Truly inspirational Doug.
Seriously, very good; the tone and the subject !
Great capture of this ancient statue; I especially like your skilful use of light.The ravages of time have obviously left their marks here. The ‘eternal contemplation’ could crumble into dust eventually.
Some rather nice weathering being captured.
Nice picture, I accepted to see such a statue after reading your title.Greetings,Filip
An moment of serenity...
She's probably thinking how to get rid of those lichens...
Nice light and tone !
Simply beautiful. The statue and the photo as well. I very like these warm colours and tones. Greetings.
una luz de otoño espectacular!!!
The stone moss or whatever is that living material gives life to the statue! It is like a sophisticated dress.My address changed, Doug, as I moved in a new house:http://travelinghawk.me
Must be a million thinks in her head. Is so old statue.Lovely.
Beautiful photo of a beautiful and serene statue.
You've caught a delightful ambience Doug. I just hope she doesn't figure out how to remove the lichen - it adds such wonderful texture.Hope you had a nice weekend...
Lovely shot Doug--she has become a part of her surroundings
love the textured rock, the soft light and the delicate bokeh!
porostami pokryte..., bardzo wymowne!..Miłych Świąt
love how you isolated this from the foreground.. :) nicely done!
Love this statue! The composition and the light are so perfect. A great job!Have a nice day.