Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Looking Down


For some reason, I rarely show my photographs.  After letting a week go by since my last post, I thought, it’s about time to let them take front stage on occasion. 

And so we begin. York Regional Forest, Hollidge Tract. Looking down. This one was taken just today, but I will include gleanings from the past in future.


Jenny said...

I can't quite orient myself in looking at this, but I like its nearly abstract nature! And as you know, I am a great lover of moss... My mother was the one who taught me to look at patterns in nature rather than just at objects as objects.

kaslkaos said...

It was done as an abstract. I do this a lot in photos. I'm more interested in the designs and textures than landscapes. It flattens by both looking down, and the directionless (overcast) light. I couldn't help myself. It looked like green stars on a blue sky.
Now I'm wondering what things will crop up on your blog next.

Jennifer Rose said...

I thought it was leaves on a river. its very abstract but it works, could be so many thing to different people.

kaslkaos said...

Leaves in a river? That's kinda why I didn't label it. I thought it would be fun to post these without an explanation. Let your brain work it out in it's own way.

Living In Aurora Blogger said...

Kaslkaos you should show off more, this is very interesting one. Thanks for sharing. Anna :)

kaslkaos said...

Thanks, I will. As an artist, I ought to have more confidence that an image can stand alone. And of course, for the abstracts, it might be fun to let folks play the guessing game.


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