Photography Pine Cone (Vintage Grunge Edit) Posted on November 11, 2013November 13, 2018 by Thomas Slatin November 2013Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWriting Prompt Number 45 Next PostTin Can 21 thoughts on “Pine Cone (Vintage Grunge Edit)”Lovely photo output. Your posts are pretty good to bringing life to ones day.Loading...ReplyReally cool percolation in this shot. This pic almost makes me sad as if the pine-cone was carried away from its home through the tides. Real quality photo though.Loading...ReplyVery beautiful pinecone, the ones in my country look very different. The picture is lovely by the way.Loading...ReplyI like the grunge effect on the shot. It’s very fitting for the photo.Loading...ReplyIf it was not for the title i would have said it is a wall or bunker? LOL!!! I have never seen a pinecone aside from photos so this is so cool. Where does this grow anyway?Loading...ReplyThis photo is so cute. It is really amazing.Loading...ReplyThis is really beautiful. What’s this used for. Still raping my head around itLoading...ReplyEhn pinecones really have varieties or is the picture that makes it abit different from what am used to. Lovely output stillLoading...ReplyWe have the plastic pine cones designs in our Christmas tree. Haven’t seen one in person honestly.Loading...ReplyBeautiful pinecone, the ones in my nation look totally different. Amazing shot, by the way.Loading...ReplyWhat a nice picture edit. Pine cones are really a great decorative items.Loading...ReplyI’ve never seen a pine cone up close. this is such a delight.Loading...ReplyPine cones are very interesting fruits. They nlook quite unique.Loading...ReplyThis is a nice up close shot. It is very detailed.Loading...ReplyI like the frame you adopted for the photo. Very creative indeed.Loading...ReplyThis is very symbolic of the fate that awaits all living things. It is a reminder that we should make the most of our time while we are alive.Loading...ReplyThe grunge edit looks very beautiful. It is also very easy on the eye.Loading...ReplyYou must have a very powerful camera. The level of detail captured here is astounding to say the least.Loading...ReplyThe blurred out background brings the foreground to good focus. Very nice technique you used there.Loading...ReplyI like how professional this shot looks. It’s like a photo straight out of a nature magazine.Loading...ReplyThe parent tree must have been very healthy. Those are a lot of cones.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Mark Janeo 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.