The Palouse area of Eastern Washington is made up of rolling wheat fields and big open skies. Evening light and a high vantage point allows photographers to capture these rolling hills in an abstract point of view. It's a very popular photography destination.
This is my very first abstract. It was a long time ago but I still like it and visit it periodically. hence this morning's post!
My concept of migraine colours. Way easier to explain a migraine this way. They occasionally make an entrance but I never forget their visit. Not sure when I will next post ... off to Vietnam for few weeks.
#19, Sidewalk Repair, Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA
#20, My foot, Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA
Those of you who have been playing the home game have probably noticed that about a third of these pictures were shot somewhere on Callowhill Street in Philadelphia. The reason for that is simply that my daughter lives in the...
So what is minimalism really? This is the remains of a dolmen style tomb taken on a foggy morning, would the group call this minimalism since it's pretty much one simple subject?
Always interesting to hear other thoughts.
I took these yesterday and wound up with 3 that I liked. I'd love feedback as well as a pick of one to upload to my profile. Thanks All!
I shipped 21 prints to Chautauqua this afternoon. One extra in case something is damaged in transit. The exhibition opens on June 16.
Surprisingly, there was a huge difference between the FedEx store, the UPS store, and Staples UPS service. In all three cases, I took one print with me and told them I had 21 of these that had to be in...
This is an old fashioned heater and yes, it's out of focus mostly...but I really like it. It was a tight shot originally and I've added some space around it.
Any feedback welcomed.
One more plastic, sunroom, sunshine, breeze image taken before Red Snake. In this one I saw a wide mouth green frog. Squinting one eye helps.
In the french Alps, nearby Chamonix, some glaciers (being retracted because of the Global climate change inducing a real terrestrial warming) are melting faster than expected. Water flows down from the below of the icy sheet. In an ironic way, patterns become interesting by creating converging subtle lines.
This photo is a moment of morning creativity a couple of days ago. Instead of seeing what the eyes see first, I like to see beyond and try to capture that.
#15, Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA
#16, Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, PA
Both of these (and both of yesterday's day 7) were shot while my wife, daughter, and I were waiting for a table at a restaurant for Breakfast. almost an hour later, and more than two hundred images later (I was bored), we moved on to a different...
So many waterfalls across the groups lately! They had me thinking about our local Tinton Falls. So I went high tailing over today to take my shot. Funny, I thought I remembered it being taller. And in a prettier setting rather than behind a strip mall. Oh well! You work with what you've got! So, here is my local, short, isolated falls!
Abstract of an ordinary image that needs explaining. Taken in our sunroom looking through very thick plastic to our back yard. The colours (which I have enhanced) come from a small red table inside the sunroom and greens from bushes and trees outside. When there is a breeze and the sun shines onto the plastic, it creates patterns in the plastic...
I never get a super crisp skyline from my distance. I was playing around with this and thought an abstract would be fun. Not super original but fun anyway!
Feedback always welcome.
The last week has been very busy. I've been making the final prints for the "Underfoot" exhibition in Chautauqua, and it took a while. First, I ran out of ink, and then I changed paper several times. Along the way, I had to partially disassemble my Canon PIXMA Pro-10 to clean it because it was leaving streaks. Lotsa fun that, especially with no...