Travel Theme: Abstract

I have been rather preoccupied lately, and have hardly participated in any photographic blogging challenges… One I always tried to get involved in on a regular basis was Ailsa’s Travel Theme. Well, this week it is ‘Abstract’, and I have a number of usable images!

So here is ‘Christmas Tree Lights’:

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…and ‘Magnolia on a breezy summer’s day’:

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Well, you would have known, wouldn’t you??!

Hop over to Ailsa’s for more.

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39 comments

  1. The second looks like a dreamy fabric for a duvet cover.

  2. The magnolia one is superb – ie it’s my favourite! How on earth did you transform a magnolia. It’s a metamorphosis beyond the skill of gods. It looks like silk.

    I hope the preoccupations have been pleasant ones.

    • Sue

      Haha! It was a bit of fun, twirling the camera around at a low shutter speed…took a bit of experimentation before I got one or two I liked 🙂 Re the preoccupations, mostly good but one or two not.

  3. Great abstract images Sue. Pleased you named them. However did you create the Magnolia abstract, it is stunning, light and airy, with the depth of that dark pink centre

  4. I especially like the magnolia Sue, it looks like fabric blowing in the breeze

  5. Both lovely but my preference is for the Christmas lights. And I know what you mean about not having time to join in with the challenges!

  6. Suzanne

    Totally magical – the second one is my favourite.

  7. Awesome!!! I love abstracts. 🙂

  8. The second shot grabs my attention. The sinuous curve to the blur is very attractive as is the blend of colours

  9. They both worked very well as abstracts, Sue. I agree with the others about the magnolia, as I would never have guessed what it was.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  10. Great job! Magnolia is my favorite.

  11. Oh, Sue, great entry, simply adore that magnolia! Looks like a silken bed somebody has jumped in in the middle and disappeared into wonderland!

  12. I love these slow shutter speed light shots! they are very artistic, creative and let the imagination free!!

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