painting and photographic works

Losing the Landscape

In this post I share some recent abstract landscape photos. I’ve called this losing the landscape because I have pushed the abstraction to the point that the images may not read as originating from the landscape – but they all did.

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As I have done to create abstracted photos in the past, these were made using a 2 to 4 second exposure (with neutral density filters to allow that exposure). During the exposure I  move the camera about in a linear or rotational fashion, or just with a gentle random shaking.

This next image may be the most suggestive of a landscape, with the green and blue

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