I thought this was an interesting panorama. It's panoramic in the sense of the technique used to create the image. It's two images stitched together vertically..
"layers" has a a few interpretations. Photographically speaking the layers can refer to both the distant and foreground rocks, but there's also a meaning in terms of the time between when the two rock formations and even the processes by which they where created. Then of course the more obvious textural interpretation.
I think when I saw them together I was thinking more in terms of the near and foreground subjects.
The rock on the left is the east side of a sandstone outcrop called The Gegan while the background rock is a volcanic plug called the Bass Rock. This was shot from Seacliff Beach in East Lothian on a winters afternoon.
|Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 2:18 PM||
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