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Detail of a woman’s face on a Salish cedarwood totem pole in a public park along the north shore of Victoria’s Inner Harbour. Songhees Road, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Nikon P80, 1/200 sec, ƒ3.5, 11.9mm (= 67mm), ISO 64 December 22, 2009
Featured in It’s in the detail… January 2010Featured in Tone It Down January 2010Top 10 in Wooden Carving August 2, 2010
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Excellent detail Robert, love that tight crop, really emphasizes the features and the grain of the wood.
Thanks Russ! The texture of the weathered, open grain of the cedar was very compelling.Cheers
– Robert Meyer
The wood grain patterns seem to reflect deep, inner cycles and rhythms. Beautiful!
Many thanks for your insightful comments, Gemma!Cheers
Thank you very much!!! This is a wonderful thing!Cheers!
fabulous texture. love the full frame , congrats!!
Thanks for this feature, Linda! Two in one day! I’m gratefully flabbergasted!Cheers!
Love the texture and detail in this, Robert! – Bobbi
The sun and wind have certainly worked their magic on this this totem.Thanks for your kind comments and the fave, Bobbi!Cheers
Very nice shot love the grain
Thanks for your comments, Derek! Cheers
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