On The Curves

Day 172 of 365:

{Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve}

Usually, when I talk about curves, I use examples of those found in nature, as in flora and fauna.

But for this week’s photo challenge theme, I thought it best to show my appreciation for curves of a man-made sort; those found in simplistic design and classic engineering….

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I have a strong appreciation for the artistically curvaceous design of classic cars – looking at these old beauties leaves me wondering why on earth don’t they make them like this anymore?

curved

 

Namaste,

 

-Janice 🙂

 

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And Another…

Day 118 of 365:

Abstract, 2nd Post)

I’m thinking people will look at this photo and go “huh?”.  I am also thinking that are some of you will know what this is.

I am confident, however, that there is at one person on this planet that will not only know exactly what this is, but will also be able to state the make, model and year of manufacture.

Yes, Dad.  I am dedicating this abstract piece to you….

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At The Grill

( I blogged yesterday about cropping and structuring an image to hint at what may exist beyond the borders of the frame.  Here is another example of one of my more “abstract” photographic compositions.)

Busy writing today – just a quick post so I don’t get too distracted!

 

-Janice 🙂

 

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Abstracts (flowers and ice)

Day 117 of 365:

{Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract}

It was hard for me to choose, so here are four:

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Up Close
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Clematis Heart
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Ice
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Window Ice

My love of abstract art often shows up in my photography.  I like to see how far into my subjects I can crawl with my lens.  Often the resulting image seems to be made up of bits and pieces, obscured details and mysterious edges.

 

-Janice 🙂

 

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