In December 2016 I posted a set of free vintage basalt rock textures created from rock formation close to Hvalnesfjall mountain in the east part of Iceland. These are from a beautiful area close to the sea where the rocks seem layered or sedimental, creating a interesting surface and depth to the textures.

Today I have another set of 5 rock textures from the same area and with the same vintage post-production effect. These will be the last ones since I didn’t take any more photographs at that location. I do hope that you can use them to create something good looking and unique. These are really great as overlays and backgrounds to create a vintage and grungy effect to your graphic designs and photos.

If you are new to blending images together or creating overlays over your own photographs, you can find hundreds of really great video tutorials on Youtube that explain the process. You will need a graphic imaging editor such as Adobe Photoshop or Gimp. Click here to see the selection of Photoshop image blending tutorials on Youtube.

Check out our Freebie category for hundreds of more high quality textures and background images, and if you need even more, we have thousands of free textures in our free stock photo gallery.

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures Vol 2

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures

Free Vintage Basalt Rock Textures

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