12 thoughts on “Late Winter Abstract

    1. Thank you! I decided it was time to try something new this year…It will be interesting to see where it goes. I’m grateful for your comment.

    1. Thank you, Linda. I have a number of ideas I’ve been thinking about that consider long exposure photography more broadly. I’m looking forward to warmer weather and a little more freedom for some day trips that, I hope, the vaccines will allow. I really appreciate your comment.

      1. It is! A year ago I started on a new project on my other blog, which continues. I’m still enjoying it but it really pulled me away from photography. So, like you, I can’t wait to see what happens now.

  1. Wonderful, Mic. I like that softness in the distance and the scratchy look of some marks in the upper right-hand area, like tree branches, but also like an old, scratched photo.

    1. Thanks, Lynn. I really like the potential of these methods in abstraction, transforming accurate details and colors into something more uncertain and suggestive of some other reality. I’m hoping that as time passes the approach will continue to offer new opportunities.

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