Last week, I got around to doing something I have been wanting to do for a while - take a few ICM photos of the rocks in my fireplace. I have been observing this south-facing structure for quite some time and really like how it changes with the lighting throughout the day. In the early morning, a lot of it is in soft shadows, and by mid-day, the direct sunlight turns it into a sharp abrasive looking structure with well defined and deep shadows between the rocks. Then as the sun goes down and hits it indirectly, it gets this warm multi-hued character.
So, I have been taking lots of ICM images of the rocks that make up my fireplace at different times of the day, and all of the sudden I am getting so many interesting shots that I have been glued to my computer trying to process them all. I am still trying to figure out what time of the day is best to take the shots of the stones because the character changes so much as the day progresses.
But right now, it looks like I am going to have one fantastic collection of stone-wall images when the time comes to put my next gallery on ddayicmart.com. So keep checking back because with the amount of raw images I have right now, there will soon be as lot of unusual photographs to see that will be very different from my ICM work up to this point.
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