Our planet provides endless variations of innately
fascinating color and geometry, formed in the dark,
waiting to capture your imagination.
Jonathan Stone, as seems appropriate,
loves rocks and minerals. His work is the product of a
life-long fascination with rocks, minerals and fossils
coupled with a need to encourage an interest in
and appreciation of our planet, itself.
His experienced eye and use of
macro photography create new perspective,
revealing hidden details and fractal landscapes.
Specimens both rare and attainable
shine in a new light that fosters a deeper
connection to the earth and its natural processes.
Presentation on contemporary metal prints allow
for the play of light across stones, traditional
framed prints dovetail with any decor.
I was thrilled to learn that my photographs
Michigan State University's science communication organization.