I don’t normally appreciate abstracts in modern art as I tend to prefer ‘reality.’
But nature is both real AND abstract when seen up close, as with this raspberry.
I was chasing a butterfly in the picture below – I mean with my zoom lens – and got this rather blurry photo, which looks abstract to me.
I found a ponderosa pine tree in a campground on the other side of the mountains, and was intrigued by the little hole in it, perhaps made by a woodpecker.
Finally, do you know what this is? It’s a mistake in focusing. I zoomed in for a close-up of the red berries on the nandina in my yard and this is what I got.
Sometimes mistakes turn out for the best. 🙂
Sharing for Cee’s CFFC Challenge – Abstracts
these are great examples of how photographs can indeed be great art!
Thanks so much, John. 🙂 I was pleased with these photos even though some of them were ‘mistakes.’
I love your abstracts, Susanne! Photo 1 looks delicious. 🥰
Thanks so much! 🙂
You are welcome! 😊
I am not a fan of abstracts, but I enjoyed the clear photos.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks, Pete. It was a fun challenge though abstracts are not my favorite either. 😊
Yes, mistakes can be turned into good and fun 😀 😀
Thankfully! 🙂 🙂
I’m a fan of photographic accidents. Sometimes the unintended is more interesting than the intended!
Thanks, Graham. I liked the abstract berries picture but wouldn’t know how to do it again!
I love your focusing mistake – such lovely colours! The ponderosa pine is another favourite 🙂
Thanks, Sarah. I especially liked the berry pictures and the pine, too. 😊
This is cool! Yes, I like what the camera yields sometimes when the photos are blurred.
Thanks! At first I wonder what happened, but with the last photo, I did like the result with the blurred berries.