Abstract365 Project

The Guardian

“The images of myth must be the daemonic guardians, omnipresent and unnoticed, which protect the growth of the young mind, and guide man’s interpretation of his life and struggles.” (Friedrich Nietzsche) As always walking and dreaming around I noticed a Read More

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Eye

Another ‘stone’ of the Münster in Ulm that actually looked like a good picture. Did like the texture and colors and of course that magical eye looking at me. Day 024/365

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Contemplating

“Better to illuminate than merely to shine to deliver to others contemplated truths than merely to contemplate.” (Thomas Aquinas) Drivers are good artists. Leaving scratches with their cars on streetlamps or elsewhere. This streetlamp does witness of their talents. Doesn’t Read More

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Observers

“Some people look for the obvious and make decisions based on that. However, sensitive people look for the subtle things in life. They observe what is missed, overlooked and rarely observed by others. They dwell at a deeper level of Read More

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Lady in red

Intentional Camera Movement on the reflection of a circus tent on a shop window. Loved the result because it is artistic and because you can still see the shadows even if it’s all red! (Day 019/365)

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Fairy Tale

“There’s a book I used to read leaving stains on favorite pages haunted castles, talking trees phantom beasts in golden cages can you see me rushing by so sure of ever after she is still somewhere inside ponytales and sudden Read More

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Panta Rhei

Panta rhei (Heraclitus), “all flows”, for the concept in the philosophy of Heraclitus.Taken for a photo challenge at “abstract photography”. A classical motion blur and long-exposure photography shot of flowing water. (Day 016/365) Nr.2

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Let us go

Nothing did move, except the water that was running down on a window of this office building. I used the long exposure technique to catch the motion blur created by the running water and could also get some shadows and Read More

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Faces

“I think people make their own faces, as they grow.”  (Enid Blyton) Decay has its own faces. Old decayed wood panelling in the industrial zone. Do you see faces around too? (Day 012/365)

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Up

When I was a kid, I usually was looking on the ground and dreaming around, so I was told many times to stand straight. Since I wasn’t very much interested in people or didn’t want to look at them, I Read More

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Green

Shoeshops are a girls best friends they say. The backside of the shoeshops house was mine today. I’m pretty sure this picture is not abstract. But to be honest I needed a page identifier and logo and I did like Read More

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Shades

Sometimes a few things change and you see something you were looking at every day quite differently. Usually there are billboards hanging on this woodpanelling, that keep you informed about the restoration of the Münster in Ulm and cars are Read More

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Dancing Line

Trying out motion-blur for a photo-challenge at “abstract photography“. Better you aren’t driving when you adjust your camera 😉 If you don’t know what motion blur means, you can find a useful description on Wikipedia. (Day 004/365)

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The Roof

Today I start two projects: First a 365 days photography challenge and second a challenge for all these 365 shots to have an abstract subject. What is abstract photography? To be honest, I had no idea about it, before I Read More

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Abstract photography (Definitions)

Definitions of Abstract photography: “In essence, abstract photography communicates to the viewer primarily through the viewer’s emotions. Furthermore, the emphasis on form, color, and curves tends to elicit strong reactions from the human perceptual system. (…) When done well, abstract Read More