An Abstract Landscape

In the search for something different, I took this picture of a bank of trees-there is a bungalow hiding behind them. I walk by this house probably everyday and have looked at these trees for I do not know how long, but today I really saw them.

Desperation for inspiration can push you in some interesting directions.

The image was taken using a slow pan and drag at a one second interval. This was a little more heavily processed as I thought it might make for an interesting abstract composition. I am not sure exactly where this journey is going this month, but it certainly has been a good exercise for line, shape, and color studies.

Image taken with iPhone and processed with Rad Lab.

For Today: Silent Sentinels

Silent  Sentinels

Silent Sentinels


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