Abstract365 Project

Cold

“Nothing burns like the cold.” (George R.R. Martin)   Probably not abstract at all but so beautiful that I had to share it with you. Some say, that the subject is abstract if the colors or shapes do prevail over Read More

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Home

“Happiness doesn’t lie in conspicuous consumption and the relentless amassing of useless crap. Happiness lies in the person sitting beside you and your ability to talk to them. Happiness is clear-headed human interaction and empathy. Happiness is home. And home Read More

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Abstract

“Of all the arts, music is really the most abstract.” (Leo Ornstein)   Is a photography of an abstract artwork an abstract? And can it be considered as abstract photography? Or is it simply a photography of an abstract artwork? Read More

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Salted

“A poet can imagine an iceberg singing a melancholic song while the world leaders find it difficult to imagine a proper solution to global warming.” (Munia Khan)   When I saw this I did immediatly think about an iceberg, the Read More

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Break

“Some of the most beautiful things worth having in your life come wrapped in a crown of thorns.” (Shannon L. Alder)   You see thorns in a black and white shot. I like how they cross the picture leaving the Read More

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Giraffe

“Does the giraffe know what he’s for? Or care? Or even think about his place in things? A giraffe has a black tongue twenty-seven inches long and no vocal cords. A giraffe has nothing to say. He just goes on Read More

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Choices

“There are only two tragedies in life: one is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it.” (Oscar Wilde)   I like advertisements and posters that have been ripped down. I especially like them, when the act Read More

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Untitled

“There is peace even in the storm” (Vincent van Gogh)   I love lampposts! They offer so many different subjects for abstracts. This one actually was abstract on its own. All I had to do, was to take a picture Read More

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Tuesday

Tuesdayisn’tso bad…It’sa signthatI’vesomehowsurvivedMonday. Today,it didhappenagain! Hadnothingto post. Lucky me,thatI havesomebig plantsaroundin myliving room. WhenI waslookingaround,I sawhowthe lightdid playwiththe leaves. Likethe greenandblackabstractcreated. (Day 140/365)

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Ink

“The pagesarestillblank,butthere isa miraculousfeelingofthe wordsbeingthere,written ininvisibleinkandclamoringto becomevisible”― (Vladimir Nabokov)   Probablynotmybestshot. The lightwas badandcame outa bitblur. But:I loveit! Notbecauseit isdecay,butbecauseof thefiligreeink liketracesthatdid appearunderthe decayedpaint. It isalmosta worldonits ownthatreminds meof someoldChinesepaintingsyoucan seein books. Donot askme ifit isabstract. For meit is. (Day Read More

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Cartoon

Wallsituatedin frontof aparkinglot. No ideahow manydrivingartistdid createthis artwork. Butto behonestthe wholewallis fullofhigh qualityartworks,sothere mightbe moreto come. Ifyou havea littlepareidoliayou willprobablydiscoversome peoplesitting around. (Day 139/365)

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Sunset

“Never waste any amount of time doing anything important when there is a sunset outside that you should be sitting under!” ― (C. JoyBell C.)   I have to admit that I did not touch the colors on this one, Read More

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Cover up

Sunday. The snowing stopped. From my window I can hear people cleaning the roads while the church bells ring. You could believe that the world is a peacefull place. Found this abstract at a bus stop. Someone did leave paint Read More

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Le petit cheval

“Le petit cheval dans le mauvais temps, Qu’il avait donc du courage ! C’était un petit cheval blanc, Tous derrière tous derrière, C’était un petit cheval blanc, Tous derrière lui devant. Il n’y avait jamais de beau temps Dans ce Read More

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Wild thing

“You may wish to capturea wild thing as you covettheir unbreakable spirit,but as much as you may wishto tame a wild thing,a wild thing, who may growto love you, will always resistand will do anything, at any cost,even if it Read More

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Frozen

“You only seewhat your eyeswant to seeHow can life bewhat you wantit to beYou’re frozenWhenyour heart’snot openYou’re soconsumedwith how muchyou getYou wasteyour timewith hateand regretYou’re brokenWhen your heart’snot open”(Madonna)   Found this colorful and abstract motive on a walk today. Read More

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Africa

I like people that removestickers or tape and becomecreators. I like stickersand tape thathave been removedand kinda managed itto survive as something different. I see an african womanon that decayed wall with remains of stickersand tape. She does carry somethingon her Read More

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Freedom

“The only way to deal with anunfree world is to becomeso absolutely free that yourvery existence is an actof rebellion.”(Albert Camus)   Decayed stickers and painton a eletricity box. But what I seeis something else. I see a paintingof a Read More

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Dropped

“One of the greatest lessons we can learn in life is how to keep mute when the boiling ring of anger is dropped within us” ― Ikechukwu Izuakor   Another one of these days when you have two photograpgs you Read More

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Impact

“Everything you touch becomes a part of you.” (Akiroq Brost)   One more photograph from the serie “Through a shop window”. Found these hands on a wall they are renovating in a shop. Guess the painter wanted to sign his Read More

365 days SOLUTIONS

Impact

“If you have a footprint, be happy, because it means that you aren’t a shadow!” (Mehmet Murat ildan)   A few days ago I started a series called “Through a shop window”. Today you see the last photograph of the Read More

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Wings

“Beauty is a heart with wings.” (A.D. Posey)   Can you hear palm branches in the wind, the waves and can you see the sunset? Found this beautiful lampshade in a shop window. Of course we do not have palm Read More