4 comments on “Triassic Lithology 1

    • Yes, it’s colourful and strange, reminiscent of an alien planet landscape, and nothing like the original image – which is the first one over on the Jessica’s Nature Blog post about Waterside in New Brunswick.

      • Just checking out the original again Jessica, and the contrast is amazing. Although it too looks quite alien in isolation, and I could easily believe it was taken on the “red planet”.

      • Thanks, Adrian. Landscapes within landscapes is a good way of thinking about it. The digital transformations focus on the less-realised nuances of shade and tone, separating out each element of the “composition” of the image and allocating completely different colour values to emphasise the structure in the object and it’s abstract graphic qualities.

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