These two ‘abstract’ patterns are derived from photos of seaweed attached to a breakwater and exposed only at low water. I was attracted by the variety of shapes, colours and textures.
Filed under Abstract photos, Art, Colour, Nature, Pattern, photography, Shore, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as low tide, natural colours, natural patterns, seaweed, seaweed patterns
Dark and light, red and green, brilliant!
Thanks Lois. The variety is amazing isn’t it?
I am always attracted to seaweed. It seems so otherworldly.
I find seaweed a very rich source of unusual shapes and colours – and it is true, there is an invitation into a very different environment
I love seaweed too.. and these are marvellous colours
I have scores and scores of seaweed photos – there is so much variety in types, shapes, colours etc and endless scope for experimenting and playing!
I like the first one very much – the flow of all those curves is great, and the colors and wetness of it all.
It’s raining seaweed! Lovely again Louis, 🙂
Thanks Gigi. Not cats, dogs and possums!!
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