Not to Scale

FishMergeMerge3[Each of these images are made with 2 separate photographs layered in Photoshop. The water reflection photographs are in-camera double exposures and the fish is merely a figment of your imagination. If it was real it would not be fresh.]

Β© Karen McRae, 2013

54 thoughts on “Not to Scale

      1. I’d like to see them too! πŸ™‚ These really have a painterly quality..lovely

  1. On the beginning I thought, is it a Cat fish ?
    Cat fish said to have incredible surviving power —- M m m !
    What so ever, end products, the images are mesmerizing.
    Like a feeling, looking but not looking and no thinking relaxed state.

  2. It’s a very pre-historic-looking fish! Of course, even though you are hankering for spring, I like the white tones πŸ™‚

    1. Trish, I like the white tones too, actually. You’ve probably noticed I like subtle tones and colours. The fish was a bit bloated (and dead) when I photographed it but the shape was interesting. : )

  3. The outline of a fish is one of those weird & wonderful illusions that we all hope to capture in our photos I guess.

    1. β€œThe fish in the creek said nothing. Fish never do. Few people know what fish think about injustice, or anything else.”

      ― Ursula K. Le Guin, Catwings

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