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Ted Szukalski

Gallery of fine art photography.

Spine Imprint

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An abstract photograph of a sandstone water erosion resembling a spine imprint taken at Terrigal. This simple photograph is quite fascinating and I have an A3+ framed print of it at home. Depending on the time during the day the erosion holes seem to turn from convex to concave. This optical illusion must have something to do with the shading of the impressions. By the way the real state is concave in case if you are wondering.

Colours, textures and patterns of sandstone formations at Pearl Beach

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Today was a beautiful, sunny Sunday. I took my kids to our favourite beach. We go there not for fabulous waves of vast expanses of pristine sand but to explore. For me it is the endless variety of snadstone formations than span across Australian coastline. The rich array of textures and colours one can discover in the sandstone is simply stunning.

I’d like to invite you to see the “Rock Face” gallery.