Saturday, May 28, 2016

Hardwired sandstone

Weathered sandstone along the coastal islands of B.C. and Washington has this amazing patterning. 
It's as though the stone is, or once, was alive and its interior cellular makeup is now being revealed.

I imagine the bubbly network of concave shapes, if seen in the inverse, would look similar to a random dry stone design.

The rock material suggests a built in receptivity to that same kind of dry stone patterning. 

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