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Cracked Earth - textured stock

You may use all textured stock freely, as long as you provide a link back to this site. Thanks. :wave:
Image details
Image size
2592x1944px 3.9 MB
Shutter Speed
10/4000 second
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Aug 12, 2007, 9:41:25 AM
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JustinSabean's avatar
This was perfect for texturing horns on my character here [link] I've posted a link back to this as you asked.
Lovell-SimonsJanet's avatar
Cool-ee-oh. Looks good!
8-S-O-U-L-8's avatar
used here:[link]
thank you!
VampiraLupin's avatar
Used it here: [link]
Thanks! :D
Mr-NYM's avatar
I'm using it! Thanx!
Lovell-SimonsJanet's avatar
Thanks fine, your welcome :wave:.
Kuja09's avatar
used your stock :) [link]
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AeliaNaqwiDesigns's avatar
Work titled Alice in Wonderland
Lovell-SimonsJanet's avatar
Thanks for including my stock photo 'cracked earth' in your work.
It is a joy to find it has been incorporated into my all time favorite children's story! :heart:
bblk's avatar
Wow. This looks really neat. Was it hard to find a piece of ground that looks like this?
Lovell-SimonsJanet's avatar
Not the year I took the photograph in as there seemed to be a drought
for a period of time. I was actually quite concerned as a pond
that was preserved for ducks and geese was nearly dried up with
the geese wading through only up to their 'knees' where before
they swam quite freely. I called Ducks Unlimited, however they
were not concerned. They said that it was a natural cycle and
often these ponds will dry up and that it can actually be beneficial
for the seeds that have fallen to the bottom of the bed which then
finally have a chance to germinate and grow. This particular photograph
was taken along an outlet that sometimes surfaces near a river
I often traverse upon with my dog, so no, it wasn't hard to find,
though it certainly seemed surreal at the time.
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