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Camera ‘painting’ (1): ‘Contrasting worlds!



The processing of this picture included a touch of cutout and watercolour filters


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Just think about it again (2)

‘Abstract paintings and drawings [and photographs] tap into a fundamental, primitive part of our existence  –  the part that experiences life without words, beyond language, transcending definition.’    Art is Fun

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Abstract 407

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February 22, 2020 · 8:00 am

‘Me and my shadow’

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April 21, 2018 · 8:00 am

Berries and a piece of string

These berries are overhanging a farm track next to my house  –  a track that leads from the fields to the barn where straw and hay is stored.  The binding string in the picture has obviously blown from a passing wagon and has attached itself loosely to the sprigs of berries.  I was attracted to this images by the play of sunlight on the berries and on the string blowing in the breeze.  I have removed a very noisy background to focus on the main elements.




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Abstract 123 ‘Blue Grass’

No introduction is needed  –  though I would welcome your comments.  Just relax and enjoy!  (A glance back to the text of this link might be helpful: Abstract 128 Revisited

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