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Ian Cameron


Hopeman, Moray, Scotland.

An image that has a far deeper meaning to me than it will for anybody else. A small crack in the sandstone rock had become choked by small pebbles where the tidal movements had swept them. It looked for all the world to me like a tiny blocked blood vessel. It was while contemplating that thought I realised with a jolt that this was the anniversary of my father's sudden and premature death. Not a stone was lifted or moved, it would have been sacrilege to alter a thing.

Pentax 67 II ,55-100 zoom,Fujichrome Velvia
F22 at 4 sec's. full exif

other sizes: small medium original auto
Cesar Fernandez02-Oct-2006 10:08
Steve Price27-Sep-2006 08:52
Good shot. And good to see a film shot.
QUERIDO27-Sep-2006 06:11
very nice shot,vote
Cindi Smith26-Sep-2006 23:31
Wonderful and love what it reminded you of. Life is too short not to see the small things that are so beautiful in life. V
Bob B.26-Sep-2006 23:21
So, we will then thank nature for the composition, but you for seeing it and for the excellent exposure, Ian. And may your father rest in peace. v
Guest 26-Sep-2006 22:59
Excellent work.
Donnaray26-Sep-2006 22:51
Very moving and beautiful... vote
Craig Persel26-Sep-2006 22:46
Marvelous. Vote.
Carey Brown26-Sep-2006 22:41
Excellent shot, love the comp, sharpness, and color.
Guest 26-Sep-2006 21:03
Very moving image..v
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