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Twin peaks Photograph by Robert WK Clark

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Comments (2)

Stella Wanja

Stella Wanja

When I look at this art piece, I can see two huge rocks standing adjacent to each other. The have each a huge tower and there is a clear separation between them. This indicates that they were once, a complete rock which later separated into two. There are two picks at the top which appears to be amazing. When looking at this image, one is able to admire the way the artist has portrayed the whole thing and one can even be tempted to climb even at the top to have a better experience and a better view of the surrounding environment.

Jill Ekstrom

Jill Ekstrom

This rock formation is strong and stable in its true state. It stands out not only because of the size but because of the individualization of it. The trees below look tiny in comparison. This monumental and lone standing rock formation looks almost out of place. However, its large size demonstrates power and control. The fact that the artist singled out this rock validates that there is something special about it. It represents nature in its truest form. The variations of the formation prove that there is uniqueness in everything, and the artist was able to capture just that.

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