Getting abstract

I’ve often said that photography challenges and encourages you to look at the world in new ways – by spotting the play of light on water, noticing the pleasing texture of an architectural detail which others simply pass by, or capturing that one particular movement or expression which somehow encapsulate an element of someone’s character.

Sometimes, noticing something interesting can simply involve looking up or looking down, rather than staring ahead of us and striding on purposefully.  The patterns which trees make as they stretch skywards can be almost abstract when looked at out of context – the veins of the branches narrowing into fine twigs, and the bright canvas of the sky peaking through the gaps.

Looking up through a net of tree branches

Looking up through a net of tree branches

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About simongregor

Photographer, business thinker and tour guide.
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