An Appreciation of Stone (33)

Gib's stream

[The stones that hold the stream edge together sell the illusion.]

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One response to “An Appreciation of Stone (33)

  1. Hi Rick,

    The placement and use of weathered stone vs broken stone on the stream border may be a key to the natural feel of this stream bed.

    I appreciate your use of the natural stream constriction and fall of water in the upper left of the photo. You have achieved a natural looking flow of water into a pool.

    I enjoy your work and learn a great deal from it.

    Jonathan
    Thank you very much Jonathan, this is the main reason I started this site. To pass along what I know, and to point out that it’s okay too have pride in your work and to do it as best as you can.

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