It’s been hard to focus on the blog this week with all the hearings going on. I did have the time to put together this grouping of images that have been sitting in my earliest fossil library – images that had not ever been addressed before. So, even though they were originally shot twelve years ago, it was only yesterday that I finally got around to processing them.
It is a mix of various fossils – all Devonian marine invertebrates (387 million years old) and all found locally.
Some new images today along with a mix of other recent work. The opener, taken upon my return from a trip out of town, seemed to capture that mid Autumn feeling – leaves are down, colors are fading, and a fog suggesting increasing grays.The images that follow have no main focus – just a variety of things I’ve been playing with lately.
Two details from a recent project on Galileo
These two are the result of mirroring: flowers…
…and part of a large conch. It almost looks like a polished wood sculpture.