Abstract photography is very much like abstract art. It concentrates on shape, form, color, pattern and texture. Abstract photography is not about knowing or recognizing the subject, but enjoying the feel of how it looks and connecting with the image emotionally. Hopefully, these photographs give you just a hint of information that will cause you to fill in the details by using your imagination and power of association.
The seven photographs of different water settings in this blog were taken in New Hampshire, Texas, and Idaho. I have used an editing program to manipulate the focus, size, color and texture.
Next week’s blog will show the original seven photographs.
Remember the days when you would rush to the local picture show, I believe they are now referred to as The Movies, to get a good seat to watch a cartoon staring Wile E. Coyote and The Road Runner. Almost immediately after these two animated characters appeared on the silver screen, the movie house filled with giggles and belly laughs.
I hope viewing the photographs of a real coyote and road runner in this blog will take you back to that picture show and trigger many giggles and belly laughs.
This blog is the first in a series of three Etcetera blogs showing a variety of photographs of things and places, etc. I have taken while traipsing around the USA and Canada. This series will be published at random times.