Abstract Photography – Water Follow Up

Abstract Photography – Water Follow Up

Last week I presented seven photographs that I had altered using a photo editing program to change the size, color, focus and texture of the photos making them appear abstract. This blog shows the same seven photographs unedited.

Photographs 1, 5 and 7 were taken at the Dallas Arboretum during the Dale Chihuly blown glass sculpture exhibit. Number 2 is a waterfall somewhere in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Numbers 3 and 4 are of a waterfall inside the Dallas World Aquarium. Photograph number 6 is of the famous Snake River flowing over a dam in downtown Idaho Falls, Idaho

1 Dallas Arboretum
1 Dallas Arboretum
2 New Hampshire
2 New Hampshire
3 Dallas World Aquarium
3 Dallas World Aquarium
4 Dallas World Aquarium
4 Dallas World Aquarium
5 Dallas Arborteum
5 Dallas Arboretum
6 Snake River -m Idaho Falls, ID
6 Snake River -m Idaho Falls, ID
7 Dallas Arboretum
7 Dallas Arboretum

 

6 thoughts on “Abstract Photography – Water Follow Up”

  1. How interesting!!! It makes one look at “normal” objects/nature in different ways…also makes us realize that we should not “look” at things as we normally would, in all aspects of our lives…? Another lesson learned through photography…?

  2. You might remember that the sculptures in the Lay Ornamental Garden at the Arboretum are on permanent exhibit…?

  3. I like the composition of the various waterfalls. Very innovative! You are getting really good at this!

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