Liquid Geology

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The term ‘Liquid Geology‘ was coined to describe the process of examining anthropomorphic rock formations, especially from the surrealist perspective. Due to the surprising images that were often found within the rock images, upon poetic analysis, these inorganic objects are justly called surrealist found objects. The images in this gallery page were photographed in the coastal areas of Northern California. In particular, the pictures show images of coastal rocks that have been eroded via wind and ocean wave abrasion. Therefore, what I have called ‘liquid geology’ can also be considered a manifestation of ‘rock art‘ and perhaps ‘involuntary earth art‘. All of the photos on this page are from 2003.

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Posted: October 19th, 2007
at 1:42am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: art,science

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