Wednesday, May 14, 2014

NatureFootstep Abstract



Technological Clutter

One Stands Alone ...

Burn Out ...
You are perfectly welcome to see whatever you see in an abstract ... my titles are simply to give you an idea of what I was seeing when I created them:)  Enjoy your week :)

11 comments:

  1. hi Andrea, my first idea was waterfountain... with a very brisk wind tocause movement in the second one.

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  2. I like the vibrancy of the top ones...nice results overall!

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  3. Nice composition and color make a great abstract.
    It looks like you posted three images, but only one came up for me ---the first one. I thought it was just taking a while, but the other 2 never came up. That's been happening with lots of blogs over the past few days ---not sure why.

    Please stop by to view my own abstract photo.

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  4. lol. My thought was the same as Ritvas. I thought of a very colorful fountain. :) COOL!

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  5. Ooh, beautiful! I think the first one is my favourite - I love those curves and colours.

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  6. Hi Andrea I have not idea what the shot started out as but that does not matter.Love the first 2 shots and their movement. 3rd shots for me is too insipid especially after seeing the first 2 shots.

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  7. waterfall for me for the first one!!

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  8. Hi Andea, I love the first image. I have no clue what it may have started out as but it looks as if it could have been part of a garden or trees maybe. It really doesn't matter. It's beautiful. I see the clutter, and the chaos in the second image. Nice editing! Today I'm going to plant a couple of planters and maybe sprinkle the grass see. Nothing strenuous. Pogo is on a food strike. He turns up his nose at most everything I give him, both doggie food and people food. Tonight I'll buy a roasted chicken and try that. After that, it's back to doggie food. If he gets hungry enough, maybe he'll eat some.

    This morning I was trying to crochet a bit, but Pogo had other ideas. He wanted to play. He ended up getting all tangled up in the yarn. What a mess, and I had to untangle everything. Finally I put the yarn away and gave him my undivided attention. Smart boy, this kid. lol. You and Izzi have a fabulous day. Hugs, Edna B.

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  9. Interesting colours, with almost a textured look. It reminds me of an old fashioned rag rug.
    Again, it is obvious you have fun with this. That is what it is all about.

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  10. I love the first one,
    but you'd have guessed that already...
    Well done!!

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  11. Cool! - I've been working on a couple of pieces that aren't quite there yet but I rather like the effects you've used here.

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