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This is actually an image of a painted wall (blue) and a board (red) that was nailed to the wall. This was originally shot horizontally but I knew that by rotating it 90 degrees, it would give the effect of earth and sky with the cracked paint acting as clouds. Others see it as a beach with the crack acting as a crashing wave. That’s the great thing about art, we can interpret and appreciate it from our own unique, and equally valid, perspectives.

This was taken in an abandoned complex. Other images from this location can be seen here.

Comments

  • Andrew Mark
    Andrew Markalmost 7 years ago

    neat abstract. great colour

  • linaji
    linajialmost 7 years ago

    here you go David, allowing me to fall in love with a crack. Beautiful and sweet and amazing.

  • JanG
    JanGalmost 7 years ago

    I like the rotation. Actually I saw it as the beach-red, the ocean with a cresting wave-the crack, and the blue, blue sky above. Whatever it is, its great for the imagination!

  • Hmmm…now all I see is a beach and wave. Good catch. Might have to change the title. :)

    Thanks everyone for the kind words.

    – David Librach - DL Photography -

  • Irish
    Irishalmost 7 years ago

    Very Cool!

  • nonentia
    nonentiaalmost 7 years ago

    Rothko be warned ;) these are all delightful David!

  • I am humbled by the comparison. I wish I could paint though. I simply capture what is in my world. He was a master at creating his own.

    – David Librach - DL Photography -

  • nonentia
    nonentiaalmost 7 years ago

    To my estimation, its all one and the same – painters paint a picture from their imaginations, photographers capture the imagination of god – if done well, in both instances, the result forces deep contemplation of our part in this play! You, sir, have done fantastically ;)

  • kaylarenee
    kaylareneealmost 7 years ago

    i love this.. it does look like red sand! :)

  • Sara Lamond
    Sara Lamondalmost 7 years ago

    You’ve got a great eye for these things David – I never would have thought of making a “landscape” out of that – fantastic!

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...almost 7 years ago

    This is really beautiful David! :D

  • Mark German
    Mark Germanalmost 7 years ago

    Love the color in this, Davis.
    And the texture is entrancing.

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