Wednesday 13 February 2013

Abstract: Snowflake

Snowflake.  Nikon D7000
13th February 2013

I thought I may try some abstract photography today.   I have never been a fan of abstract painting, however I do enjoy abstract sculpture.

As photography is an accurate depiction of how light passed through a lens, it is not always obvious how abstract pictures can be made.

Often abstracts are considered using repeating patterns, or macro shots of a small part of a larger object.  I decided to go for the 'some blurred, some sharp' option today.

It seemed like a good idea to photograph the snowflakes that are falling; it was trickier than I thought to capture an in-focus flake, but at least I got one.

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