Black & White Sunday: Abstract

Paula has got us posting abstracts today, and although I know I have a few in my archives, I can’t find anything much, and I need to crack on with the day’s duties.

Anyways, this will have to do:

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See more abstracts here.

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39 comments

  1. Have to do, eh? What about “meets the challenge delicately well”?

  2. Suitably abstract, Sue. I kept trying to work out what it is, but have just given up, and enjoyed the image.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. This could be so many things, hair? sky? It shows me that the one I’ve scheduled tomorrow isn’t very abstract.

    • Sue

      Well, some would say this is too abstract…😀

      • Nope, but I’d like to know what it is!

      • Sue

        Oh, of course! Well, it’s not hair, or rushing water…but there was a bit of sky in the original……it’s actually a monochrome rendition of one of my magnolia abstracts. The original colour image was taken by moving the camera rapidly to create a blur of colours and lines

  4. Visually arresting….really nice work!

  5. Love it, Sue! Especially great in monochrome.

  6. A true abstract! Thank you, Sue.

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  8. Marvelous! Looks like white flames….

  9. it’s flowing!! nice work!!

  10. Beautifully abstract. For me this is so full of energy and movement and at the same time feathery light.

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