Anthropomorphic Roots

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Outer Banks, North Carolina

If you like this picture, please vote for it to be included in JPG Magazines "Embrace the blur" themed issue.

  1. PetroleumJelliffe 108 months ago | reply

    Ok, this picture belongs in more groups than I can list. It looks like a slew of zombies marching out of a bog to destroy humanity! Or something.

    Pareidolia
    www.flickr.com/groups/spooked/

  2. delgaudm 108 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the suggestions! I've added it to those... so many groups, hard to keep track of them all.

  3. Trojan_Llama 108 months ago | reply

    That is truly beautiful

  4. LaSwit 108 months ago | reply

    It took me a minute to realize that this might not be a montage, or digitally altered photo.. it ISNT IS IT?

  5. delgaudm 108 months ago | reply

    Laurie: Nope, right out of the camera.... Thanks for looking!

    Tr0j@n: Thanks!

  6. CryFreedom 107 months ago | reply

    wow tree art! very weird, bizzare and freaky

  7. Daniel Cumisky 107 months ago | reply

    Wow, I love this. Brilliant!!!

  8. delgaudm 107 months ago | reply

    Thanks CryFreedom and YMWND!

  9. SaraElise 107 months ago | reply

    Wooooo, nice!

  10. delgaudm 107 months ago | reply

    Thanks SaraElise!

  11. hellosasha 107 months ago | reply

    Creepy and beautiful

  12. rbpdesigner 106 months ago | reply

    top shot!!!

    []s

  13. ideaprison 96 months ago | reply

    Wow amazing, looks like things are being born from the roots of that tree.

  14. photo-op 90 months ago | reply

    This doesn't exactly say "embrace the blur" to me (though I understand the corralation). However, this *is* a very cool picture. Nice angle, lighting, effect with the water. really nice.

  15. delgaudm 90 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the feedback, photo-op. it definitely is more for a long-exposure-blur than a motion-capture-blur, or a shaky-hands-blur or a not-quite-focussed-blur. Certainly not the kind of blur the contest sponsors lens creates.

    Personally, I tend to "embrace" the long exposures, although I take far more of the unintentional-shaky-hands-focus-on-the-wrong-thing blurs

    I appreciate the compliments, it, too, is one of my favorites.

  16. f250clocker 64 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Anthropomorphic, Eerie, & Creepy Cool, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  17. i n i m i n i 46 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Nature Nerds, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  18. delgaudio9 46 months ago | reply

    Amazingly awesome photo DelGaudio!!! As soon as I saw "delgaudm", I thought, this has to be a Del Gaudio! Keep up the good work fellow "happy one"!

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