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When I was down in Oceanside, CA., I noticed these rocks and how the black stained sand created a pattern around them. This was taken with my point and shoot, then I adjusted the saturation and contrast.

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on Oct 19, 2012.
 

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  • Tom R.

    That is kind of surreal Aaron. I'm sure you could sell prints of this in one of those mystical hippie alternative stores. Tell people it is a magical fire-stone from Tibet.

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  • Robert C.

    Really well done. I've always loved that sand/mineral pattern, but have never captured it this well or in this way.

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