Ooooh, these abstracts are so beautiful, Lana! I especially love the first one. Is that a jellyfish perhaps?P.S. Thanks for your comment - I replied on my site.
The 2nd one is my fave. They all seem to be water but in what form I'm not sure.
They are all so beautiful. I love looking at the pictures you post. I have no idea what they are, but I'm bad at guessing stuff like that :).
I'm with Travis, that second one is incredible. Looks like light reflected in freshly blown glass but I know that's not what it is. That first one looks a bit alien. Are those your spore threads?
Lana, I'm going to step out here and suggest they are shots from a recently found Stanley Kubrick movie. But whatever they are (probably microscopic algae at a convention), they're stunning.
The first looks like this time when I was like ten and I had a fever (really...I'm not quoting Pink Floyd)....the second I think is that time I ate those Hawaiian Wood Rose seeds and didn't scrape all the strychnine off...while the third, definitely is that time backpacking in the Rockies where I dropped before I even got out of my sleeping bag...I can almost hear "All Along the Watchtower" just looking at it....The question is: how the hell did you get inside my head to take these???!!!
Glass, water, oil, all of the above?Gorgeous shots.
I've been enjoying the guesses & will posts the answers w/in the next couple of days.
The way those pictures came out are really interesting. Was it the lens or a special system on the computer?
The first - weeds in a pond?The second - fish?The third - ice?All very interesting :D
To Ms Lana GramlichYou are heartily welcome to my blogs.The artists always take inspiration from other artists. It's just like a legacy.I liked your paintings and would be visiting here for seeing more art.Naval Langahttp://humorhumour.blogspot.com/
First one...a spider webSecond one...Christmas lights under plasticThird one... flowers in back of a sheet of water.Good morning, dear Lana. :DHugs, JJ
very interesting blog...
I'm going to guess, cracked ice, Christmas lights, and the sky reflected in water.Best I can do. Not very good with the "eye."
I'm guessing water. The third looks like it has a sky reflection. But I'm not sure about the first and second...not sure where the water is, if it is water. Are you playin' with that fancy-schmancy camera again??? :o)
Christina; No special effects have been added to these photos. They are all as my non-SLR digital camera took them.holly; Nope. These all predate my recent, fancy schmancy camera, actually.HERE'S WHAT THEY ARE...1. Sunlight reflecting off the Tchefuncte River onto the hull of a boat.2. Yellow light shining through a glass block.3. Reflection of a sunset in Lake Pontchartrain taken at a diagonal angle.Thank you for playing. Hope at least one or two were a surprise. :)
(BTW, when I say "glass block," I'm talking about the kind they build walls out of.)
I was surprised on all three! I would have guessed all were from the recent snow storm. I guess I have winter on the mind.
so the Algae at a convention thing was a little off?
Darn... I posted too late! I would have had 2 out of three!!
Shauna; Yes, you must! *LOL*Rick; Just a little. ;)Michelle; I would have expected as much...as an artist, you've got "the eye." ;)
Looks like various forms of ice.
Wow, I love the second one particularly.
I thought I saw bird beaks in your second photo; No, no, no, I did see bird beaks!
Ok, so I didn't get to guess - but I would have got them all right. :-)
Travis; The answers are in my comment, above.Sidney; Thanks! That one seems pretty popular.JR; Bird beaks? Did an inmate slip something into your coffee? *LOL* ;)Mark; I know YOU would have. ;)
Hmmm.. The third one looks like, somewhere in da beach..Pretty lil late bt looks like i am ???;)
This is what I was talking about in the last post. Amazing shots. Great eye for art!
Doson; It's all good. ;) Better late than never!Eric; Thank you kindly. :)
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