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It's delightfully ambiguous. At first glance it's almost a seascape, with the frost on the grass the white breakers.

It's a lovely pic, thanks for sharing.


This photo makes me think of a Rothko painting.


That's what I love about the pic - you don't know where the land, sea and air end - it all kind of blends together ... kewl.


this photo makes me think about chocolate cake and cream..............nice !


i very nearly called it cake!!! i prefer the rothko thought though ;-)


it is kind of weird if you stare into the mist for a bit - it becomes quite 3D and makes your eyes go strangely squinty - i should be an art critic you know !?!

Laurence Keith

reminds me of being out in the peaks at night after a couple of beers with NO light, street or sky.
it was obviously a lot darker, and felt very clostrophobic. amazing.

your pic is now gracing my desktop - thanks

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