Tuesday, June 4, 2013


This is another abstract photo from the garden in Gardiner.  A slow shutter speed, combined with camera motion and lens zoom, turns ordinary scenes into abstractions.  It usually takes me a lot of attempts to get an effective composition.

In other news, my three abstract photos in the Northwind Arts Center juried show were all sold early in the evening of the First Saturday reception.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations! I bet this will sell soon, too. I really love the composition and the colors.

Roger Morris said...

Thanks! I am having a lot of fun with these photos.

I think abstracts may be popular these days, especially in the cities (I heard my buyers were from Bellevue).

Anonymous said...

Interesting. There's a lot of imagination going around in those city slickers!

Elsbeth McLeod said...

These do look like hard work and concentration. And I have seen that "contemporary art", including abstracts, are much more loved and understood outside of our limited rural perspective.