Diary of a Rock Balancer :: 

Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 25 March 2016 — Colorado, USA ::


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  1. I m totally amazed by your work! I have no idea how you do that! Could you briefly explain how does this work? I have seen so many of your work but i couldnt figure it out, it kinda drives me crazy!!

    1. Seriously: what is wrong with Photoshop? As long as you do not fake balances and overexagerate the developing process of a picture it is an appropriate tool.

    2. Weren’t you the one that made the indictment–as if Photoshop rendered the picture less? Wasn’t that your intention? I don’t know if you’re religious, but Peace to you on this day.

    3. was the stack actually in that position Michael? not hating just wondering. kinda looks like you balanced the stack at a less vibrant spot at that creek or a different one and then moved the balance itself to a different location using photoshop (or whatever else may be used to do that.) much love

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