Posts Tagged ‘abstract’

A few days ago, my morning walk was other-worldly as I walked in a literal fog. If you look in the very bottom of the river, you’ll see the shape and shadow of a lone heron surrounded by geese. The fog lent an air of Impressionism to the shot.

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for One Word Sunday

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I tend to like clarity in everything, even photography.  But every so often, something a bit more abstract appeals.  That’s what’s on offer for this week’s Oddball Photo Challenge.  Gotta shake things up every so often, right?

Baking abstract:

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Pavement abstract (at least I think it was pavement):

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Glass vase abstract:

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This week is a free choice week for the Phoneography Challenge entry and I chose “Abstract.”

The first photo is a photo of the Tour de France on the monitor of my laptop. We had the laptop connected to the TV for a bigger picture, when I noticed that from the angle I was viewing the laptop monitor, I was getting an unusual picture. I took a number of shots, but this is one of my favorites. No editing or anything else, just the original shot.


The next photo is of the light coming through the shower curtain in the bathroom.


My final shot is of my feet on an oriental carpets, taken using one of the things I love to play with on the iPad, the Photo Booth app.
I used the Thermal Camera for this picture.


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