Stone Surfaces

Surfaces of stones, landscapes of their own . . .

While being on La Gomera I had the idea to just photograph stone surfaces, and expect once I look at the photos to see more details than capable with ordinary sight distance, which turned out to be true when I look at the surfaces now, the details, specially the plainness of some surfaces truly facinate me; it is a surface, a skin of a being, of a stone.

Let those textures be just be more than "just stones" . . . they are microscopic valleys or planet surfaces, stones as "children" of larger bodies, broken parts of those singularities who now exist as individual stones.

René K. Müller, 2004