11 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday #115”

  1. Oh, man, this is wild. Literally as well as mind boggling. Double, triple, exposure?? It’s really incredible, Elizabeth. Book cover for some mad dystopian tale. The rocks in centre look like a fist holding that shaft of icy light. And the rock face on the left looks more like swamp moss hanging from knows what in some unfathomable way. And the water… I’ll bet the original shot was some glorious pool of heavenly turquoise, whereas here it makes me think of acid and, um, nothankyouverymuch I don’t want to take a quick dip. You’ve got some explaining to do! Love it.


    1. Only one exposure, Carin, but a lot going on with light and shadow. Yes, I did think it was a pool of heavenly turquoise and would have liked to explore some more but I had left David behind and didn’t want him to worry so I left, reluctantly.


      1. No matter how I try I cannot see this as *a place*, even giving consideration to the light and shadow magic. What a result. Simply amazing. It’s the shaft of (light?) that throws me… what is that? Are you inside a cave?
        In which case:
        “Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.”


      2. Yes! That is the perfect quotation to describe how I felt there. Trust Leonard Cohen to say it perfectly. It was a cave, with that crack through to the sea and the late afternoon sun. At low tide the floor is just sand.


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