Abstracting The Ordinary

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  1. Graelwyn

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    Eh, I always seem to return to abstact.
    Bear in mind I have been away from this for over a year and only just picked up a camera again.


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    The third shot works best for me - nice contrast between the fine horizontal lines and the big circles.

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    same.
     
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    agreed, the third shot is great.

    but i loooove the second shot especially due to the fact that as u scroll down the image really has movement to it. interesting on the eyes. thanks for those.
     
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    Welcome, and yes, it was not intended but that shot created a slight optical illusion. I have always been drawn to patterns, even if it is not as pretty as a vivid sunset or landscape shot.
     
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    I am also drawn to the third....the sun peaking in makes the shot.
     
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    I like the first. I think we have a similar eye for abstract photography. Ain't it fun?? I love taking a subject and shooting it from a new angle, in a way that makes me look at something in a different way.
     
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    I just always spot patterns in things. I love lines, angles...anything that is a little more elusive. I am glad some liked it, first stuff I have done in a year.
     
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    The 2nd has some strange stuff happening when you scroll up & down on it.......
    nice
     
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    I was going to post the same thing.
     
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    me too! lol
     
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    Hehe, that is quite funny.
    It does seem to have created, unintentionally, an optical illusion because the pattern isn't totally straight. Roll on some more inspiration and my new camera.
     

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