A combination of new growth and decomposing leaves.beneath the surface of the garden pond.
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Today is the fifth anniversary of this site. Cheers everyone!
Today’s post and the two following offer three interpretations of the same object – a cracked drinking glass
In this image the glass is presented as a straight still life photo.
There are few ‘finds’ more evocative of the past than a once-much-loved watch nestled away at the bottom of a sock drawer. The moment in time may be frozen but associated memories begin to flow freely.
I feel this abstract image has the qualities of a woodblock print but it began life as a photo of my wife’s pin box!
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A soup can is a familiar object – perhaps too familiar! Certainly when experimenting with the images below I became aware of features I had not previously given thought to. In addition, the circles in various forms and perspectives provided an interesting compositional element. Colour v black and white? I’m still undecided – but here are four different interpretations.
In truth, they are eroded shells rather than bones but I prefer this title!
Abstract 158 was taken from a group of still life photos using garlic cloves as the subject. The pictures below are from the same session.