Diary of a Rock Balancer ::
Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 06 June 2016 — Istria, Croatia ::
This one is a good reminder that it’s a very fine line between what we may think is “not good enough” and “perfect”. in the moment, i thought “not good enough” so i kept readjusting, altering, only to drift further from my liking.
Sometimes the risk of readjustment is worth every second, and works out in perfect time.
In this case it didn’t.
This first variation was my favorite upon closer inspection of photos. I may have missed it with the deeper sunset colors, but i’m not losing sleep over it. In fact, i really enjoy this late day moment when the sun is still highlighting the edges.
The warm glow perfectly illustrates the feeling of these last hours of summer sun on croatian beaches..
Also the color variation of the rocks. They are all more-or-less the same kind of rocks, but the darker ones came from underwater, while the creamy white ones were from the beach, bleached by the sun.
I also enjoy how the main top slab is level with the horizon, echoing the distant ship as well.
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