I took this image today on my walk down my the beach, two of the stones are my own aboriginal grinding stones, they are artefacts found by my father many years ago in the western districts of NSW Australia…the top stone was one I found in my garden. I plan to do more rock and stone scapes, next time I will use what I find at the beach.

Canon Powershot G11 Digital Camera
Processing Nik Color Efex Pro 4
Textures from Shadowhouse Creations


vintage rock, beach, stones, karin, taylor, karin taylor, artist

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  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellabout 2 years ago

    Looks nice with the textures.

  • thanks so much Mary, so pleased you like it :)

    – © Karin Taylor

  • barnsis
    barnsisabout 2 years ago

    I like both of these but I think this one is my favorite

  • thank you so much Byron, I’m really glad this one is your favourite of the two, as the other one seemed more popular, so it’s great to know you like this one! :) .

    – © Karin Taylor

  • Mui-Ling Teh
    Mui-Ling Tehabout 2 years ago

    Looks a bit like a sand storm with the textures you applied. Well even if there were one, those stones would still be standing. When things decay in the test in time, those stones will stay.

  • oh yes, it does Mui-Ling, thank you so much….so true..xx

    – © Karin Taylor

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesabout 2 years ago

    Really love this image, comp and textures! Interesting information as well!

  • thanks so much Angie!! :)

    – © Karin Taylor

  • Ken McElroy
    Ken McElroy11 months ago

    Great treatment and love the colors.

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