Abstract

Three colourful abstracts for this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, courtesy of a magnolia in flower, blue sky and sunshine…. Which one works best for you?:

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55 comments

  1. All very nice, Sue. I like the top one best though.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. The middle one for me too – by far!

  3. Oh… I can’t choose between the two last one’s, they are both stunning.

  4. I prefer the second one 🙂 .

  5. Sue WOW!!! Love These!! just wow! what freedom and Feeling and color!
    how can I pick? …. the 2nd, most likely. But if the first was cropped in a square I’d give it to that one then. I just love these 🙂 cheers, Debi

  6. No 2 is beautiful Sue, I like the lyrical upsweep of the line

  7. 1st or 2nd- I don’t mind 🙂 Different!

  8. These colours are so beautiful, Sue. As for which one, that would depend on my mood. I find the first one slightly more energetic and… challenging and the last one the most serene. Nice work.

  9. My preference is the middle one: I love horizontals. What a metamorphosis. I wonder what Ovid would’ve made of it? (What have I missed this time???)

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  11. I go for the middle one. The first makes you relate to an existent subject, even if not clear. The last one speaks less to me for being vertical (no idea why! Maybe need to talk to Freud).
    And the middle one arrested me immediately for its vibrancy and yet openness brought by the space in between colors. Invoking possibilities.
    PS: I didn’t drink the whiskey of the Silent Sunday photo! Lol

  12. Such gorgeous shades, Sue. Love the first one the most. 🙂

  13. Choose!? I’m still working through my first cup of coffee – far too early for complicated thinking. I love them all, Sue – each one has a distinct quality to it.

  14. I love the second and the third. Beautiful!

  15. …..The middle one, for me ,too..

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