Entries in the ‘Abstract’ Category:

Playing with Snow

The Winter of 2016 has been pretty mild here in the Pacific Northwest. No snow anywhere in our elevation… second Winter in a row.
This is an “abstract” image from another February, that I just re-worked. The original scene was recorded in our back yard.
(To all the people in the Midwest and Northeast: [...]

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Paperba-r-k Writer

Dear Sir or Madam,
will you read my book?
It took me years to write,
will you take a look?
It’s based on a novel idea
on how to use my photo gear
And I need a job, so I want to be
a paperback writer, Paperba-r-k writer.
(The Beattles, mosty)

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Softly

Raindrops and rose petals. Songs have been written…

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Portal in the Woods

As I approached the edge of the woods I saw this blinding light. The sun? Or something brighter?

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Meet me at the Hyacinth

On the internet no one knows you’re a cat…
…Or a snail.
Then someone says… Hey, let’s get together sometime

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Silent Backyard

Found this image in my ‘08 files. Thought I’d play with it… Intrigued by its potential as an abstract piece.

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Root Creatures

Sometimes, in the early morning under overcast skies, walking through the forest at the edge of the lake, I think… I’m seeing things

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Island Planter

First there were trees. Then, some 120 years ago they built a dam. The trees drowned, and in time fell. Submerged trunks remained in the lake, their tops catching the grass seed that was carried by wind, or birds…

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Worlds in Collision

Dandelion flowers. Old and dry but crowned with a hoary head, they float upwards, putting on a second brilliant show at the end of their natural lives. Who knows what their ultimate destination may be?
[[Cone Nebula background image courtesy of NASA.  Dandelion image courtesy of... my backyard.]]

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Dry snow

Looks somewhat like the real thing but, actually, this isn’t snow at all, but dry, back-lit lichens

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