Over the past few weeks I’ve enjoyed seeing a many simple lines and relationships and have managed to make photographs of a few of them. I do find there are times when I simply need to put the camera down, mainly when I seem to be seeing the whole world in a 2:3 aspect ratio! Regardless, the simple relationships of form that exist at nearly every turn just feel so satisfying.
When lines blur, other patterns can be revealed, like the reflections of a tree in the water.
I could probably be happy photographing cattails for the rest of my life!
Light reflected onto the hull of a boat, creating interesting lines.
The only thing missing from this photo is the loon’s call piercing the quiet.
Light in several dimensions: ripples and projections “caught” in a spider web.
And how many evenings are graced with form like this? Many!
This entry was published on September 9, 2013 at 9:31 am. It’s filed under Abstract
, Fall colors
, John Snell
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