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Celluloid, one of the earliest plastics made motion picture film possible.
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
A computer crash wiped this image out. Which turned out to be a good thing, because after recreating it, this version of the shark is much better than the original.
The color choice in this one gives an added bonus to LCD monitors, as it changes color when viewed from different angles.
The name of this kaleidoscopic version of 'Tin Spot' is derived from the illusionary affect if has on the eye. Stare at it for awhile, and see what I mean.
An extreme wide angle view stretches the scene, not only allowing more to be seen, but making it much more dramatic as well.
If you lose yourself in your work, it may be harder to find where you left your tools.
I went camping over the weekend, so this was delayed a bit. I wish I could have camped on this little island.
Rather inaccessible, a large mysterious stairway climbs into the darkness.
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