Macro, Up Close and Abstract [PHOTOS]
I’ve been holding on to these photos.
Back in the summer, one rainy day I noticed as I was walking my dogs that the wood grain in the Adirondack chairs on my back patio looked like fish scales. And while when they were dry the chairs were gray, when wet the green moss in the cracks and hidden brown in the wood stood out.
I also took a few photos of a wet sawhorse I had used a few times to hold bed frames as I spray painted them white. With the wet grain and speckles of white paint, the texture in the photos was wonderful. I also photographed one of the rusty wing nuts holding the sawhorse together.
I do love to snap pictures of patterns, and love it when the results look almost like an abstract painting.
These were a batch of really good ones.