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Sandstone Photograph - The Art Of Nature by Kaye Menner

The Art Of Nature is a photograph by Kaye Menner which was uploaded on October 28th, 2011.

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Thanks Marsha... there are many visions in this rock! Thank you for your comment and v/f.

Kaye,This is amazing. Scarry too. It looks like a thing coming after me. Interesting. Thanks for liking my Vintage Flower Pot. Hugs dear,Marsha F&V

Thank you very much, Randy.

Thank you Theresa for your comment and f/v.

Wow! Unique capture, Kaye! There surely is a lot of natural art out there to discover and enjoy, and you hit the nail on the head on this beauty! Thanks for sharing!

Superb capture, Kaye. f/v ;-)

Thanks so much Lenore for your comment and f/v. I shot this at a beach called Pearl beach.... so many wonderful rock formations.

So many shades & textures. Fabulous work! v/f

Thanks for letting me know Nicole. I also love to find images in images.

Do you know, Kaye? I also see the crab as an other version! I wanted to mention it. I love stories, I can help it, Kaye.

Thank you for your comment, Wanda.

Thank you so much Nicole for your comment and for describing what you see here. I think I can also see some of what you see. It's funny, as myself and another friend on Flickr discussed this and we both thought it looked like a large crab, sort of with indented features. The two eyes and nose are indented, and the mouth is the dark line under the ledge in the middle of the shot. The rocks coming down in the foreground are his nippers. It's a load of fun looking for these visions. Thanks again Nicole for your kind words and V?F.

Wonderful fun piece. Nicely composed..

I see so many figures, Kaye. Well, just fot the fun of it, I will describe what I see. Promise me not to laugh too hard, Kaye. I see two skulls on top; one of a man (at 11:00 O'clock), one of an animal (at 12:00 O'clock). there is a monkey guarding the entrance at the top of those ascending stairs. Finally, I see two ramping reptiles like figures. Watch out!!! Is it a way for nature to mimic us! "The Art of Nature" that is. This is incredible! Great shot of nature seen through the eyes of a true artist. Thanks, Kaye. I really enjoy your fascinating patterns created by nature! (v/f)

Thank you Chris for your comment and F/V.

What a great rockformation you capture here Kaye.........amazing shot - Chris (F&V)

Thanks you very much Dean.

Great capture Kay, the landscape looks almost abstract - such a bizarre and wonderful image!

Wow. Amazing!

Kaye Menner replied:

Thank you very much Sean. I find the unusual patterns and shapes of corrosion quite fascinating.

What a fascinating place and a great capture Kaye!

Kaye Menner replied:

Much appreciated, Andee.

Wonderful image Kaye!

Kaye Menner replied:

Thank you Pam.

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