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Thanks for voting/commenting yesterday, here's another wintry one!
We has some of "this" as well these days---
just a thought, I think I would have cropped this to eliminate the sky--- or maybe that is water---MELTED?
melted sounds good!
I think I would have cropped out the top also....gone for pure abstraction......but that is me, not you.
This is a lovely abstract my friend! That intense blue is gorgeous!
Clever; took me a little while to work out the subject matter, just like a good abstract should.
Now you're talking. Seen with an artist's eye.
The abstraction and that deep blue water. It bars you from entering but also invites you in.
An abstraction to go in my favs
Quite extraordinary. This changes from three different planes to a flat abstract pattern and back again as I view it.
Blue sky thinking I have heard of This is a new one on me . . .
Very artistic. Which I like Alan.
Had me guessing as to what it was. Fascinating image.
Abstract imagery with bite...
I like the blue at the top Alan, it balances the image out with the darker shade at the bottom. This is a superb image, there are so many journey's to be taken in it. Well done!
Like this a lot Alan, a excellent abstract
Beautifully seen and framed Alan.
A thorny problem with the ice.
Nicely observed Alan.
You twigged that, Dougie
Fine natural abstract - makes you think, what's what......
Like inclusion of dark blue of water at the top.
A fine bit of tracery. Gives one something to think about.
mind boggling and i couldnt finally work it out.. havent seen things like this before.. it traps mind in more than one way,
1. what is the margin between the thorny reeds and the surface of snow.. at first i thought it was a layering but then you dont use layers.. (finally it may be the shadows..)
2. seeing the reeds the white background appears like a vertical wall, which the composition may also suggest..
3. then what the heck is the blue? the sky? what is the margin between the edge of this wall to that blue.. absolutely nothing as it is water.. miles and miles if it is sky..
i could never had made it to this much if i hadnt read in the comments that it is water..
there's some slushy snow but as i havent seen much of it in my life, i couldnt guess it.. this is a puzzle at so many levels (at least to me) that it has to go as one of the most clever abstracts.. of course no cropping can be done.. in fact it is too good.. a work of genius because what it is more than one flat surface made of snow and water.. Shortlisted..
I hope i havent read so much this time.. this is one image that makes seeing images worthwhile..
The layers of frost are nice and I like that slash of dark blue water. The thorny branches make the image.
excellent abstract Alan, really well seen and composed....class image
Prefer 'fractured' ... a 3D image viewed as a 2D abstract.
Superb abstract image, very well observed, wonderful rich colour and beautiful light.
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