I love to photograph things I think are beautiful, but that won’t be easily or automatically defined. I’m not sure if this makes them “abstract” or not. (key to numbers at bottom)
- My son’s stunning custom-made guitar
- Mosquito netting above my sister’s bed
- What you see when you look up from my sister’s living room
- A weird shadow on neighbor’s garage door (which used to be my barn)
- Two accidental shots while trying to capture the full moon rising (I heard Creedence just then!)
- Two shots of the same water glass, from different perspectives
- Sand Painting, one of my favorite forms of art from Nature
- But wait, I like these three of Fire Painting also..man PLUS Nature?
- Piles of some kind of glass on the edge of the road…at first I thought from an accident but the glass was all melted into solid form???
rainbow seen on the wall from who knows where…
sun hitting the peep hole in the front door, as seen through the entryway curtain…
Isn’t holiday wrapping paper these days amazing?
jeweled light from crystal in window highlighting the cat’s missing “jewels”
science themed birthday party “favor”… psychedelic glasses (held over camera lens)
I love not knowing what a photograph is…and then finding out it was so simple all along.
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Same photo of a dark hallway, with and without flash…
Sometimes I think I’m so “artsy”, but then I think I’m pretty funny too, so I may not be the best judge. But you can be. Tell me what you think of these shots of a rotating shadow on my Group Room wall.
Here’s the explanation, Abstract in its own way. This is a gift from a client about “removing her mask” in therapy…..cool, huh?
Again, would appreciate any feedback on which of these is good. I absolutely love reflections and accidental (“abstract”) photos! (I just wish I would remember to turn off the dang “Date” feature on my little point and shoot Nikon.)
This series looks like the accidental double exposures I used to do years ago with a film camera…uh, if you are too young, about now you are saying “film what? huh?”.
I have this great corner window that looks out on Rhododendrons and lots of birds. In the afternoons the light is ever-changing and magical! Most of these shots are trying to capture some bird through the window but there is this all glass curio cabinet that the sun hits in the later afternoon…..
Hard to discern what is inside and what is outside…….story of my life…..