A composition of contrasting colour and material… A stone wall of a ruin in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, a capture of the waves just off the shore at Stansbury on Yorke Peninsula, also in South Australia and a shot of the walls of a “Wattle and Daub” ruin in the Flinders Ranges.

Hope you find the variation of colours and textures interesting.

Comments

  • GlennAlderson
    GlennAldersonabout 6 years ago

    Great textures & lines.

  • Thanks Glenn, seems to have met the aim I set out to achieve!

    – Craig Watson

  • nonentia
    nonentiaabout 6 years ago

    lovely piece of work – striking and well considered use of diagonals! perhaps some subtle tonework could bring some additional impact? maybe an increase in contrast from stone through the wood…just a thought… and is there a reason the border at top left is incomplete? nevertheless, really beautiful Craig!

  • Thanks nonentia… the play with tone work is beyond the capacity of software I have, and I will have to leave it as is!!! Certainly is an interestingly different use of material but with some consistancy somewhere… the angle if nothing else!!! LOL

    As for the top left “blob” of white, I fixed it immediately after the initial upload… I stuffed up the corner before I uploaded it the first time!

    Thanks again!

    – Craig Watson

  • solareclips~Julie  Alexander
    solareclips~Ju...about 6 years ago

    Really a very nice piece!!! Very well put together!!! They are all so very different, but compliment each other well!!! ;-)

  • Thanks solareclips… I tried something a little out of the ordinary, and it seems to have worked well! Certainly are three very different subjects aren’t they?

    – Craig Watson

  • Leeo
    Leeoabout 6 years ago

    Love the lines & different textures.

  • Thanks very much for the visit and comments… relly appreciate it!

    – Craig Watson

  • RLHall
    RLHallabout 6 years ago

    Very cool composition, love the contrast of different textures and color combinations, yet they are blended together by the diagonal direction they share

  • Thanks very much for the visit and comment… glad you like the shot!

    – Craig Watson

  • ronsphotos
    ronsphotosabout 6 years ago

    Excellent triptych! The combination of elements go so well together and I like the fact that each panel is so uncluttered and simple.

  • Thanks for the comment… good to see that a few bubblers like it!

    – Craig Watson

  • kcranmer
    kcranmerabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful collage work Craig and love the elements of texture!

  • Glad to see your comment kcranmer… Regards, Craig

    – Craig Watson

  • Kim Bender
    Kim Benderabout 6 years ago

    I really like what you see!!!!!!

  • Thanks Kim… glad you like it!

    – Craig Watson

  • florene welebny
    florene welebnyabout 6 years ago

    love this !
    have been trying to do this myself. haven’t got it quie right yet.

    Debrene

  • Sometimes it is a matter of consiously taking the shot with the angle of the camera in mind… sometimes, it is a bit of rotation of the shot taken in some basic software!

    Whatever the means of achieving the angle, it is a matter of getting the proportions right to then blend them together. I don’t have the marvels of fancy software, and simply do the cropping and rotation within the basic “Microsoft Office Picture Manager” program and do some pasting into good old “Microsoft Paint”… a cumbersome, but simple process!

    Thanks for the visit and leaving the comment… glad you love it!

    – Craig Watson

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaabout 5 years ago

    stunning

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