The figures have been reduced to minimalist proportions but the silhouette of the figure on the extreme left suggests there has probably been some altercation! The contrasting moods are interesting.
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This is the second of a series of abstract images derived from photographs of dune grasses’ See also Dune Grasses ‘Close Encounter’
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I mentioned two days ago that I get considerable pleasure from exploring the patterns created by grasses and seedheads set against a white, snow ‘canvas’. I appreciate that not everyone shares my enthusiasm – I have seen the raised eyebrows!! However, I am offering a selection below ranging from the simple ‘hieroglyph’ to more complex patterns.
The beach at low tide is a treasure trove for the photographer. Along the high tide line, fragments of seaweed form natural, abstract patterns. This is nature ‘doodling’!
In the images below nothing has been added and nothing taken away, other than the sand! Removing the texture of the sand gives clarity to the design. A little colour saturation has sometimes been used for artistic purposes.