Homage to the humble weed (4)

(For an introduction to this series see https://lagill6.wordpress.com/2019/06/25/homage-to-the-humble-weed/)

When the colour is removed and particular attention is given to shape, outlines and markings the images could sometimes, perhaps, be interpreted as initial designs intended  for other purposes.

For example, a drone:


An ordnance survey map:


Urban planning:


Filed under Art, Colour, Nature, Pattern, photography, rhythm, shapes, Uncategorized

2 responses to “Homage to the humble weed (4)

  1. A drone – or a brooch? A map or a sliver of ice? Urban planning or the view through a microscope? 🙂 I like what you’re doing with this series very much, Louis. Looking forward to more!

    • The interesting aspect with this series is that I have used only material captured by the camera I have exaggerated the tonal balance or neutralised the background, but the shapes and details have not been altered. I suppose its a question of how we see things, and I do tend to see patterns in most things!

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