Category Archives: Abstract
Interpretations welcomed. This reminded me of the intrusions one finds in rocks. 2019 was a very good year for ice abstracts.
Open to interpretations….
The leaf would appear to be the subject but the shape of the ice, part of Nature’s Chaos, was what attracted me. I made an image of just the edge but did not find it as satisfying as this composition.
Okay, a new FF. 🙂 As much as I like frost, the subdued yet interesting background, leaves and mud, I find most pleasing here. Also the resemblance to outer space. Although captured on a different day in 2012, this is … Continue reading
At least when it was winter in Amherst. Back in December when we had a few days of relatively cold weather I drove by here, Puffer’s Pond in North Amherst, to see if anything resembling this scene was happening. Not … Continue reading
Nature can be chaotic. Much is not repeatable and that’s the case with ice and the abstract art it suggests. This natural sculpture will likely never be repeated in exactly the same shape. And the prisms are a big bonus. … Continue reading
They are sometimes quite a long way from home. But sometimes they are just outside the door. In this case we have a very wet part of the yard where our firewood is usually dumped before splitting and stacking. Once … Continue reading