Still Learning To See

More beach art

I love the way water can act as both a lens and a mirror simultaneously. With high, bright sun and clear water, the lens effect is more predominent. On the beach at Martha’s Vineyard I looked for patterns in the water’s surface—the lens—that transformed what was below—in this case stones—into lovely abstracts.

MV-0828And, here, several other views from nearby, all enlarged from one image find other interesting patterns of light and color and texture. Click on any one of them and you will see much greater detail.


Art? I leave that to the “eye of the beholder!” Beautiful? To my eyes, there is no question about that! Seeing patterns like this is a gift I always appreciate.

 

 

This entry was published on September 19, 2014 at 8:49 am. It’s filed under Abstract, John Snell, Patterns, Photograph, Stone and rocks, Water and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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