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The sand on Luskentyre Beach, Harris, Outer Hebrides. v2 is another patch.
Suggestions and criticisms are welcome. Thanks for looking!
Wonderful abstracts, Ann, I think V.2 is my favourite. Carol
Great abstract captured.
Intriguing - I assume that different rocks erode to form different grades of sand particles, and the action of the waves sorts them. In much the same way as the lumps always rise to the top when I'm sifting flour.
I think I favour V2, it seems to relate to the textures of the original rocks.
Two fantastic images, love the colours and patterns, both are fabulous. I can just see them printed large on the lobby wall of a building like the 'Shard'
Looks like you are in a sandstorm here Ann !!
Beautiful abstracts created by the sand and water movement: well spotted, Ann, and so well captured in exquisite detail and colours.
Superb natural abstract - love it !
looking good both of them
thinking my vote is going to V2 .... but it is pretty close
They make wonderful abstracts Ann.
Good Eyes! a very fine abstract!
Top draw abstracts here Ann, love the patterns in V2. Very nice indeed.
Found abstracts, the best sort in my opinion. And being sand, and easily disturbed, unique and irreplaceable. Very lovely.
These would make great textured layers to add to an image, two great images. - gary
A great find and capture.
Great observation to capture these super abstract.
two wonderful abstracts ann very well spotted v2 for me today a cracker nice one
I thought you had done a super-macro of a butterfly wing at first, Ann. They do look good on their own but would they be suitable for another triptych? Have to say if it was me, after taking these I would have looked for an interesting rock/stone/pebble and dropped it in somewhere
2 super images Ann, V2 my favourite,
back for second look - superb abstracts, V1 shades it for me.
These are so lovely. I like both!
And did you know Ann, that the Outer Hebrides is Home to the oldes Cathedral in the UK ? It pre-dates Canterbury Cathedral, but was built during the time that it was owned by Norway. So I guess it dosn't count Canterbury Cathedral is still the oldest on British mainland, so what the hell
They both work very well Ann. Colour contrast between blue/black and gold/orange is always appealing.
V1 for me Ann - both interesting abstracts though.
Both amazing, Ann.........
Wonderful textures and colours
These make great abstracts Ann - v1 for me
there is a type of sandstone that comes with similar pictures between the layers Sometimes they look like ferns.
hard to decide between the two. Illike the grassy aspect of v2 but hten I would prefer it to grow upwards.
v1 is a bit like a seashell macro.
They are both gorgeous!!
Lovely abstract... IB
nicely seen ,2 great abstracts
Oooer ?....missed this one !!
Fascinating & quite beautiful shot !!!....lovely graphic qualities in this bit of 'natures-palette' !!!!.....1st class !
I love the wave motion and the blending colours from the different particles, some shells and the others washed down from the mountains streams. A magical place and I must go back again soon.
Sorry to have missed this one Ann, how could I?
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