Photography I Took A Journey To The Unknown Posted on September 3, 2020September 1, 2020 by Thomas Slatin August 2020Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostThe Music Trio Next PostThomas W.P. Slatin Discusses Some of his Most Epic Photography 25 thoughts on “I Took A Journey To The Unknown”That thing is so freaking cool! I wonder what it is. Might be valuable 🙂Loading...ReplyI have no idea, but it’s big and wooden, and heavy, and awesome!Loading...ReplyAccording to some quick and dirty Pinterest “research” it seems to resemble a very messed up Moroccan mirror. As it is, it’s a really cool conversation piece! 🙂Loading...ReplyIt looks very ancient. What a journey you had been! Thanks for sharing!Loading...ReplyThis is an understatement. It looks like a QUIJA Board or at that lane sorry. I hope this is just an ornament nothing more. In my case, let us just say I kinda had an encounter with the not good type of unknown due to these things. Good shot at least.Loading...ReplyI wonder what this thing is and what it is for. And how big is this thing.Loading...ReplyExploration and photography comes hand in hand. It is really beneficial to have a camera when exploring especially when going unto the unknown. You may find something interesting when doing your usual exploration adventure.Loading...ReplyWow, that picture is amazing TOM, it makes me think of Indian culture because of the designe and the fact that it’s covered by plants.Loading...ReplyWow, interesting imagery. The definition is outstanding. It looks to me like a really captivating archeological find. Thanks for sharing!Loading...ReplyAt first glance I thought I had seen a crown in this image. This will arouse everyone’s curiosity in guessing what object in this unique image.Loading...ReplyWhaooo, I love this sculpt craft work. I once said it Tom that you are more than a photographer. Imagine going to an unknown place. Nice one there Tom.Loading...ReplyWhat could this wooden thing be. It looks spectacular like what was really usefulLoading...ReplyThere is so much mystery in this photo. I can’t make out what it is.Loading...ReplyI think the title is perfect. It fits the mysterious nature of the photo.Loading...ReplyLooks like an ancient decorative piece. this could be valuable.Loading...ReplyI can make out what looks like the star of David. It might have belonged to a church.Loading...ReplyCould this have been part of a grand door? I guess we’ll never know.Loading...ReplyThis is an incredible work of art. I am sad to see it in this bad state.Loading...ReplyI would have fancied seeing this in its original state. I am curious as to what it was.Loading...ReplyWhere is the rest of the artifact? It doesn’t look complete.Loading...ReplySomeone should restore this. It looks beautiful.Loading...ReplyI think the shot has been wonderfully executed. Kudos on a good job Tom.Loading...ReplyWhatever this was it was incredibly lovely. I can only imagine what it originally looked like.Loading...ReplyIt is fantastic. I can visualize how it appears originally.Loading...Reply Pingback: Photophile Musings: "I Took a Journey to the Unknown" - The Phoenix DesertsongLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.