A long way from home

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The sun settled on the horizon, becoming more and more of a irrestible magnet that pulled me right into the depth of the endless scenery. Thoughts stumbled and tumbled, like tumble weeds right towards the heart warming glow. This is where home is. This is where I am expected to arrive.

Enjoy exploring the vast area covered in this photograph.

I wish you a wonderful sunday.
Yours truly

PS: this is a plain photograph of a copper plate in the evening sun. Colors and contrasts accentuated and the crop was geometrically transformed. But basically, the “story” was already there, right in front of my eyes. See the original shot

5 thoughts on “A long way from home

  1. This is beautiful. It reminds me of a warm sunset over a coast filled with rocks jutting out of the water (much like where I am spending my holiday right now). Thanks for sharing.
    (aka Intentional Serendipity on Flickr; Chance Felisky on TME, FB)

    • Hey Chance. Thanks so much for your visit and comment. I truly appreciate that very much. I hope you enjoy your holiday just as much as I enjoyed this little wonder right in front of my own house…

      all the best

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  3. I think you’ve discovered a new form of fractals — the macrocosm reflected in the microcosm.

    Wonderfully seen. How many texture layers might another photographer applied to achieve the same result, existent?!

    • Thank you so much, April. I am a lazy guy so I need the nature to do the job and just take photographs. I wouldn’t want to work for hours with textures to get, what nature can achieve so eloquently. 🙂

      All the best,

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