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My intention in this image was to portray a warm tropical environment that feels remote, surreal and timeless. The rock has a sculptured prehistoric presence almost like a fossil or an ancient monument. It is purposely spare and without reference to size. Do you guys think this rock in inherently interesting enough to make the overall concept work? I left a slight tilt to the horizon, because a level horizon actually leaves the rock feeling lop-sided. JPG compression is adding noise that is not nearly as evident in the full size version. Thanks for any input you may have on this one!

-Mike

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