Sunday, April 22, 2007

Steel Like Kelp

I found this kelp all bunched left by the out going tide at Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park in 1990, when I shot the image the kelp was quite wet which gave it a metallic look, which looked like rolled up steel pipe or something of that nature.


Ken Tanaka said...

This is an excellent image, Gary. There is a mystique to the overall image (i.e. what/where is it?), there is plenty of detail to keep the eye busy, and the general composition is comfortable. Well done.

Chuck Kimmerle said...

Living near the geographic center of North America, I had to research kelp so that I knew what I was looking at. For a prairie dweller such as myself, that image holds a lot of mystique. Steel bars? Snakes? Worms? Kelp? (well, I would have asked that IF I knew what kelp was)

There's a lot for the eye to ponder in that image. Very nice.