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Images that defy classification into animal, vegetable or mineral; motion blur, light & shadow play, abstracted views
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Charles Haacker
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I just love it. I guess I'm glad to know what it really is and how it was done, but actually I don't care. I love it. It's beautiful and I would have it on my wall! (OK)
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minniev wrote:An experiment. I can't take credit for spotting it but for what I did with it after it was pointed out to me by The Boss.

Wow, this turned out really good! You'd think it was a reflection in a pool of water if you didn't know any better (wink-wink)!

I absolutely love the colors and the processing! Really cool! S-
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Psjunkie wrote:You drove your truck into the swamp and took a shot out the window......while St3v3M was screaming.

I'm still laughing! S-
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LindaShorey wrote:Frank's guess is so funny!! Screeching off the road into a dicey pullout is normal behavior for me :) Upside down reflections can produce such fascinating results. This piece below makes a gorgeous abstract suitable for the wall!

I see beautiful birds leaving their evening roost. Most impressive! S-
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Charles Haacker wrote:I just love it. I guess I'm glad to know what it really is and how it was done, but actually I don't care. I love it. It's beautiful and I would have it on my wall! (OK)

Metal or glass? S-
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Charles Haacker wrote:I just love it. I guess I'm glad to know what it really is and how it was done, but actually I don't care. I love it. It's beautiful and I would have it on my wall! (OK)


Glad you liked it Chuck. I can't take credit for spotting its potential, Steve with his eagle eye for color and composition saw it. My husband''s car is always parked under that same tree so those same reflections have been hiding in the hood every fall for years. It took someone with different eyes to spot it, but once I saw it, I knew I had to try to make something of it.
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St3v3M wrote:
minniev wrote:An experiment. I can't take credit for spotting it but for what I did with it after it was pointed out to me by The Boss.

Wow, this turned out really good! You'd think it was a reflection in a pool of water if you didn't know any better (wink-wink)!

I absolutely love the colors and the processing! Really cool! S-


Thank you. Add your version if you take the notion. It's your spotting anyway. How different people "see" is so fascinating.
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St3v3M wrote:
Charles Haacker wrote:I just love it. I guess I'm glad to know what it really is and how it was done, but actually I don't care. I love it. It's beautiful and I would have it on my wall! (OK)

Metal or glass? S-



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minniev wrote:... How different people "see" is so fascinating.

It's one of the many reasons I love this place! S-
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minniev wrote:An experiment. I can't take credit for spotting it but for what I did with it after it was pointed out to me by The Boss.

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Looks like you took a photo through the window of a moving car. I like the effect; I can feel the wind. Color is very pleasant. Successful experiment. Matt
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