Well, harvest is over and I’m nearly back! I hadn’t realised with the house move and harvest on it’s tail just how exhausted I became. Anyhow, what I have realised, is that when I don’t get to go out and take images, there is something missing 🙂 So, today is a total abstract, taken this morning in between showers. The top of a capped fence with rain drops refracting light into a shaded area taken with the macro… 🙂
12 thoughts on “Raindrop abstract…”
Wonderful image for a backdrop to a theatre work!
this is spooky, great idea though
Always worth trying something 😉
A very worthy abstract. I like it very much!
Thank you, in hindsight I probably would have flipped it by 180 degrees 🙂
Absolutely, not taking any pictures certainly brings a feeling of something missing, I totally agree! I’m looking forward to seeing more of your stuff!!!
I think this is a great abstract, and I can certainly see it presented upside down too, when it might resemble some kind of weird, stylised landscape. Adrian
Thanks as always 🙂 Yes, that is exactly what I thought about flipping it – like some sort of mountain range!
This is so abstract that I thought it was upside down lol! I love it. Abstracts are so hard to do …well done Lisa.
This is superb! I like it this way up but would have been tempted to crop the drops of the top for no other reason than they give the game away 🙂 Well observed and beautifully captured!
Thank you! Yes, I was tempted also, but ‘chickened out’ before I posted it 🙂
Go with your instinct! 🙂