Time-Capsule Suiseki

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Time-Capsule Suiseki

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This weathered ironstone 'nodule' has a truly prehistoric look about it and naturally draws the observer to contemplate time...and old Christmas chocolates past there used by date.
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Definitely one of my favorites FF :tu:

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Also great photography FF, that's half of what always makes your Suiseki shine.

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Cheers Pearcy001 though I really would have liked to get better depth of field so the inner core was sharper. By using a smaller apeture more of the core would have been in sharp focus. A great reason to bracket exposure by changing apeture not shutter speed!

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