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A smoky quartz sphere, nestled in the frond of a century plant.
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Featured on Redbubble Home Page March 30th 2007
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Such a strange human, natural construct. Love teh sun, light shadows.
nice set up! what made you think of that?
I have a photograph of me holding it and I am an inverted image in the sphere. I wanted to do more with the sphere(s). But I wanted something organic combined with the crystal.
I saw a blob (for want of better word) flowers that fell onto the century plant, and it looked like it was cradled there. I had taken pictures of the sphere(s) indoors, but wanted an outdoor shot, in full sun, somewhere it wouldn’t burn through. There is a small burn hole in the century plant frond as the sphere is that clear, it acted like magnifying glass. I had to set up the camera, with a ‘stand in’ so I could quickly place the sphere in the frond, and get the photographs done quickly.
very interesting image Sandra
I would like to Congratulate you on being featured in the Globes, Spheres and Curves Group! Yeah!09-04-09
Wow.. thanks! :o
– Sandra Chung
Thank you. :)
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