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Oxidation in Nature

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Ale* says:

I have a question for you guys in the group; everybody seems to work with rust and decay on human-made objects. I am a geologist and I work with nature, and I see what oxidation does to rocks
red sandstones all over
and to sediments
Mud cracks on red sand ripples

The process is the same. Would such pictures fit the group? Thanks :-)
7:38PM, 8 September 2006 PDT (permalink)

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Gayle Morris Reichelt says:

I believe so, but I am a newcomer. They are lovely, especially the close up one.
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Dugfresh says:

I'm inclined to say that oxidation is oxidation.

The group descriptions puts it this way:

"Can oxidation be beautiful? You bet.
This group is dedicated to creative and artsy photos of oxidations taht the wonders it creates."

And I don't see anything contradictory there either.

I vote for inclusion.
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7 types of ambiguity says:

I would like to contribute to this group and appreciate much of the work shown be it oxidation in nature or on the subject of oxidation of human-mad objects. However, could someone please explain to me the inclusion of the photos of jewelry by blackstarjewelry and another "photographer" of jewelry whose name I have momentarily, and perhaps happily, forgotten?
ages ago (permalink)

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