It’s a picture of a rock.
What more can I say?
I took this photo on the same day as “Web“.
Ewe and I had a second break at Bobbin Head (as we were walking to Wahroonga instead of heading back to Mount Kuring-gai Station).
After we were done resting we continued our walk but instead of immediately heading along the track that leads to Wahroonga, we took a slight detour.
It took us to a shaded stream.
We followed it briefly and when we stopped we had a short break.
Ewe headed off after resting and I stayed behind for a few minutes to take photos.
I took pictures of this rock as I was fascinated by how the light was shining on it and how the shadows around it appeared.
I was also fascinated by the rock being the only one that was prominent in the small area around it.
For me, this photo is less about the image and more about the lines.
Due to the sharp contrast between the light and dark of the photo, the edges of the objects and their shapes become more prominent than they usually would, drawing the focus away from the details.
That is what I believe.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy.