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Wall Texture Study With Branch Composition :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2007 Patrick Esmonde
Wall Texture Study With Branch Composition
Over Time, Nature Will Win. :: Washington, District of Columbia :: © 2007 Patrick Esmonde
Over Time, Nature Will Win.
Shell Abstract 2 :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: © 2007 Patrick Esmonde
Shell Abstract 2
Bark Detail 1 :: Gooney Lodge, Virginia :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Bark Detail 1
Water In Spiderweb :: Gooney Lodge, Virginia :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Water In Spiderweb
Garden Study 2 :: Lancaster, Pennsylvania :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Garden Study 2
Tree Composition 5 :: New York, New York :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Tree Composition 5
Tree Composition 4 :: New York, New York :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Tree Composition 4
Tree Composition 3 :: New York, New York :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Tree Composition 3
Tree Composition 2 :: New York, New York :: © 2006 Patrick Esmonde
Tree Composition 2
Sea-life Composition :: Puerto Escondido, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Sea-life Composition  I´m not sure what these things are, but they were all over the rocks by the shoreline.  They reminded me of barnacles, but I they did not look like them at all.  I liked the way that they made a transition from black to white.
Mineral Composition 17 :: Hierve el Agua, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mineral Composition 17
Mineral Composition 16 :: Hierve el Agua, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mineral Composition 16  This diagonal crack is a small stream about 1" in width that runs from the top of a mineral spring to a man-made pool below.  It was carved naturally through time and consistent flow.  Look closely and you can see the golden-red minerals that helped create this geological structure.
Mineral Composition 14 :: Hierve el Agua, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mineral Composition 14
Mineral Composition 13 :: Hierve el Agua, México :: © 2005 Patrick Esmonde
Mineral Composition 13

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