4 comments on “WIQM Series 3

  1. This is really engaging. With a lot of abstract art, even when I like it, I am prone to see it, decide if I enjoy it, and move on. But this draws one in.

    • Thank you, Lucy. There are patterns of different kinds changing from image to image in the series. I am pleased that their complexity causes you to linger a while.

  2. It’s the nature thing, isn’t it? There’s such a direct connection between the abstracts here and the clear but natural ‘abstracts’ of your nature blog . Pebbles shift alignment yet remain the same pebbles. Mud’s the same. And water ripples. How long have you had this blog?

    • This is the sixth year that I have been posting on Photographic Salmagundi. I found that I needed an outlet for all sorts of images that didn’t always fit on Jessica’s Nature Blog (posting 9 years). Many of the digitally enhanced and recoloured images on this site (PS) are inspired by Nature and based on sand, water, rocks, pebbles, plants, and shells. As you will have probably noticed I am particularly interested in flow and ripple patterns in water at the moment.

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