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What a treat! Nature is filled with patterns that echo Abstract Art. Shots I’ve taken, like the one below have languished in my archives. Here’s my chance to feature some images that just don’t fit anywhere else! On a freezing morning walk through dunes, this repetitive pattern caught my fancy.
Winter light on frozen dune sand creates shapes and colors that fit my idea of an exquisite abstract image. Tiny paw prints of dune-mice add a bit of whimsy!
Winter storms wash heaps of Bull Kelp ashore. Unless a big tide sweeps them back out into the ocean, they remain stranded on the beach to dry in the wind, sand and sun.
There is something compelling in how these two loops of kelp are entwined, with the strewn shreds of torn seaweed still clinging. As with most Abstract Art, what it is and what it means is at the discretion of the viewer.
Close-up shots of lichen and moss provide fascinating impressions, like this small patch on a living tree.
Thank you Patti for this opportunity to show some of my “odd-ball” shots!
Black-bellied Plovers & seafoam.
Fungus on wood.
White Tulips & Chardonnay Pearls.
Tiny Snowman on Starbucks outside table.
Our Star called Sun.
The weather in Vancouver, WA today is well represented by the above photo. Clear and sunny, with below freezing temps at night. Creighton, Jello and I have been enjoying warm wood stove fires in the evenings, and holiday decorating is in full swing.
To all who celebrate the autumn harvest of thanksgiving, cheers and blessings!
~ Porcupine Trail ~
Stacks of clouds
Stacks of Oyster Shells
Stacks of Crab Traps
Stacks of migrating shorebirds.
Stacks of Lenses (lighthouse lamp)