Encrustation version 3 by dulciknit

Encrustation version 3

Many thanks to @netkonnexion for his critique and suggestions for the earlier versions. This version is the result of following them.
All three versions are tagged 'abencrustation'
Yes, I think this shows its nature. I am enjoying the curve and the way the patina/encrustation lives in this version without the distractions. It really is a gritty image.
February 6th, 2019  
superb detail and I know what it is too alison
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February 6th, 2019  
This is just fascinating - such awesome detail without distraction. Your abstract works are always amazing.
February 6th, 2019  
Great details and textures
February 6th, 2019  
Alison, I watched the Don McCullin documentary :) I really enjoyed it . He came across as a really nice person. i enjoyed seeing him interact with the people he photographed on the 'street' as that is what I do with my strangers :) . All his pics were presented as black and white which was good too. I am not a great scholar of photographer names, but i did recognise quite a few of his old photos. i loved the seaside trip to Eastbourne, Brick Lane and Bradford. One thing I picked up on is most of my strangers are headshots but I ought to capture them in context too and make them more of a social documentary statement (maybe do a headshot and context) . Thanks for the tip :) , cracking watch
February 7th, 2019  
@phil_howcroft Thank you for letting me know. I'm so glad you enjoyed it and got so much from it.
I saw McCullin interviewed by Parkinson many years ago, lo-o-ong before I became interested in photography, but even then I was struck by his empathy and respect for his subjects.
February 7th, 2019  
@dulciknit yes "empathy and respect ", really important on the street :) and really important in life :)
February 7th, 2019  
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