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Experiments

“Theories might inspire you,but experiments will advance you.”(Amit Kalantri)   I thoughtI couldstartsomeexperimentalart project. I tookabigstone,didput itina bucket,addedsomemetallic paintandadecentamountof wateranddidlet itfreezeall togetheroutsideover night. Whatyouseehereisthe result. Betterlook fast,becauseit’s melting! 😉 (Day 170/365)

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Bubbles

Did experiment with water and oil on coloured backgrounds to create abstract bubbles. After a while I did decide to put my glass bowl on an old computer screen (flat one of course). Was just adjusting the camera and didn’t Read More

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Coincidence

“It’s hard to believe in coincidence, but it’s even harder to believe in anything else.” (John Green)   If youlookcloselyfor a while,besidemanyother thingsyou canperhapsseea dog. This picturewasonmy listtoday,becauseIactuallyhaveanother dogon myHDDthatdid waitto be shown. Even ifI found themontwo differentdaysandin differentpartsof town,they Read More

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Coincidence

Awallwithremainsofa graffitiand dirt. TheseconddogIleave youtoday. For someunknownreasontheyseemtofollow melately. Inot onlyposted itbecauseit isa dogorwolf,butbecauseI didlovethatwashed outeffectcreatedby rainandtimeI guess. It’sa beautifultexturetoo,butI’mnot reallysurethatit isabstract. Whatdo youthink? (Day 168/365) Nr.2

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The day after

Another abstract artwork that could have been created by some unknown artist. But in fact, this marble was simply created by time, tectonics, pressure, chemistry and some other very natural causes. Day by day we walk on stones and the Read More

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History

“Every moment happens twice: inside and outside, and they are two different histories.” (Zadie Smith)   Beside the visible rust, I see two faces. One on the right and one on the left side of the picture. They look like Read More

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Waterworld

Water-art. Reflectionsofthe skyonthe watersofthe Danuberiver. Ilovereflectionson water. Theyoftencomewithfacesandshapesandcolors. Theycan bedarkor not,very colorfulorsimplyblack and white. Butthe bestthingaboutthem:theyaremostlyallabstract,no matterwhichdefinitionyou read. This onehassomethingthatmanywaterreflectionshave:faces,hidden peopleandcreaturesthatlookat you. Take care! (Day 163/365) Nr.3

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Magic

“We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all of the power we need inside ourselves already.” (J.K. Rowling)   One of my absolute favorites. Not only because of the colors, but because of the subject. Some Read More

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Artsy

Was driving around with a friend when I saw that house, completly covered with this artistic motif. Had to stop and to take a photo, because if this isn’t abstract I give up my search! 😉 (Day 160/365)

Other subjects

Award

Top 15  abstract photography blogs   Unbelievable but true, our blog won an award today! Many thanks to feedspot.com for listing us in the top 15 of abstract photography blogs!

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Myth

“Real life is never quite as interesting as the story told afterward.” (Laurence Overmire)   I’m a big fan of colors. One of the reasons I did stop in front of this beautiful wall. Another one is, that I saw Read More

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Evasive

Sometimes it is, especially on this page, difficult to decide what you are looking at. This one seems to be a good example. It could be everything from a decayed wall to a rusty decayed whatever. Or it could be Read More

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Masked

 “I’ve changed so many masks. None suits me.” (Ljupka Cvetanova)   Stones are another one of my favourite subjects. Simply because many of them are beautiful and very abstract. And if we take the time to look up from our Read More

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Highkey

Seven days ago, I was challenged to participate in a “Black and White Challenge”. The rules are simple: 7 days, 7 black and white photographs out of your life. No people, no explanation. …?! (Day 157/365)

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Hole

“Funny how you dig yourself into a hole by the teaspoon.” (Lionel Shriver)   Six days ago, I was challenged to participate in a “Black and White Challenge”. The rules are simple: seven days, seven black and white photgraphs out Read More

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Music

“Music was my first love And it will be my last. Music of the future And music of the past. To live without my music Would be impossible to do. In this world of troubles, My music pulls me through.” Read More

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Emoji

Still into that Black and White Challenge, but I needed at least some color. A good moment for a little streetshot of a fading emoji. Found the poor guy on the ground and he almost lost all of his color. Read More

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Freestyle

Four days ago, I was challenged to participate in a “Black and White Challenge”. The rules are simple: seven days, seven black and white photgraphs out of your life. No people, no explanation.   (Day 154/365)

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Face

“The face is a picture of the mind with the eyes as its interpreter.” (Marcus Tullius Cicero)   Two days ago, I was challenged to participate in a “Black and White Challenge”. The rules are simple: seven days, seven black Read More

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Origami

“A master of origami said he tried to express with paper the joy of life, and the last thought before a man dies.” ―(Tor Udall)   From time to time you are surprised, when you find abstract art à l’air Read More

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Art

“Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.” (Pablo Picasso)   We were a bit late for errands, so we did stop in a do-it-yourself shop. Sometimes they happen to have animal food, but this one didn’t. Read More

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Note

“Everything you can imagine is real.” (Pablo Picasso)   Another stone block and part of a wall covering. Could not go by without stopping, because I saw a fantastic mountain view, one dimensional of course. And I do think that, Read More