Photography by Joseph Yarbrough
Light & Shadows Photography
East Lansing, Michigan
©2015 Flowing Rock
Photograph by Joseph Yarbrough
The Baths of Diocletian, Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, and the Museo Nazionale Romano in combination are just fantastic. It took me to a place where I could envision an Ancient Rome full of color, and full of very lively people. I do not remember the exact piece of rock which this photograph represents. It was in the museum part of the Baths of Diocletian. It just seemed to drop away from itself inside itself until it appeared to be more liquid than solid. The colors floated in and were surrounded by an impenetrable flowing blackness.
©2015 Joseph Yarbrough narrative description: Flowing Rock
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20 x 30" Stretched Canvas - $150.00
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