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Uploaded: 04/17/16 1:31 PM GMT
Boulders
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I have posted many photos of the renowned Moeraki Boulders. This is a recent one, which I have tried to add a bit more mystery to with a B&W treatment.

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::biffobear
04/17/16 3:00 PM GMT
Good treatment..Interesting...R.
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::trixxie17
04/17/16 3:42 PM GMT
This effect gives them a really spooky look Lyn - really cool too!
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.flanno2610
04/17/16 9:35 PM GMT
Mystery indeed - nice work.
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::tigger3
04/18/16 12:23 AM GMT
Oh excellent, has a prehistoric feel to it,and it is kind of spooky.
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.elektronist
04/18/16 11:12 AM GMT
B&W is a good choise on this scene. Very well composed and taken photo.
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::corngrowth
04/18/16 11:45 AM GMT
Lyn, to me your attempt to create more mystery was successful.
Don't know whether this a a contribution for the Wednesday B&W challenge. If so, it's an excellent entry, my friend!
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::mesmerized
04/20/16 11:27 PM GMT
Agree with Sandi, quite prehistoric looking and with your treatment very surreal....nice job on these unusual rocks.
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.ekowalska
05/01/16 4:53 PM GMT
Lyn your great photo is definitely my favourite in B/W challenge. I like the atmosphere you have captured. It is so pleasant and peacfull.
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