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Cebollita bluff Photograph by Robert WK Clark

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Comments (2)

Stella Wanja

Stella Wanja

This art print shows a bluff made up of rocks. There is a huge mother rock that has under gone weathering overtime and it has disintegrated over time. At the top of this rock, there is a sharp peak that indicates the original height of the rock. It looks pretty and the surrounding area is also containing snow and this is demonstrated by the white sections. This art piece is great and the background used makes it to appear more attractive. I like the way the artist has brought out the whole concept about mountains and what to expect in case one plans for mountain climbing.

Ashley Grimes

Ashley Grimes

This is another humongous gift of nature and it is a representation of an unshakable entity. It tells us nothing can get to it. ¡°Cebollita¡± is the Spanish word for Onions and as we know onions are structured in layered form, so also is this mountain. It is in layers and it is these layers that form the whole of the bluff set in a calm and gentle environment with little vegetative shrubs here and there under a blue clear sky. This isn¡¯t a bad work of art at all. It is in fact a very nice job.

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