Introducing Craig’s new Singular Image for this month:
Dolphu Valley, Eastern Tibet
"In this image you can feel the solidarity of the mountain’s rock faces being caressed by the transient mist. The Chinese philosophy of Taoism emphasises the complementary nature of all opposites such as water and rock. Water will eventually wear through the hardest rock. There’s a moral in that!"
- Craig Potton
Taken on Nikon 800E, 300mm lens, Aperture F.8 at 300 sec, ASA 200