“I've chosen the sea as my subject, its challenging to me be near the sea since I'm afraid of it. I captured some shore waves that I found interesting. "Wish I've washed away the fear but it remains. In the middle of the silent night, I still feel it. Wild, unstoppable, damaging."“
Photo Credit: Cora Coronel
“I wanted to use objects from my studio but look at them in a different way”
Photo Credit: David L Reamer
'“Rock outcropping at Sunol Regional Wilderness, Alameda County, California.”
Photo Credit: Dirk Janssens
“Wire whisk, planted in garden, pic from top_Chrome filter_orig color used.
Photo Credit: Gerlinde Ashley
Photo Credit: Joe Leitch
“My original idea was to shoot color thru water in glass to see refractions. After several hundred iterations, I ended up tossing the water and shooting into the glass jar.”
Photo Credit: Lori Ackerman
"Abstract Ocean Art"
“Abstract Ocean Art - Seaweed on a stone, the beauty in patterns of nature.”
Photo Credit: Katie Svobodina
"Go wIth the flow"
“What is abstract? Form? Line? Color of the lack of? What is it expressing? What does it mean? To me it needs to be a form that reminds me of something, someone, or - like I tried to capture with ICM (in camera motion)- a form that dances. Sets a mood.”
Photo Credit: Iris Noack
“Experimental abstract photo made with natural afternoon light, my eye, and a random grid-like toy. I'm watching you...”
Photo Credit: Kathleen Ayers
“Architectural Glass Reinterpreted.”
Photo Credit: Kevin Klein
"Cotton Candy Tree"
Photo Credit: Lane Rollins
“This weekend my daughter and I had some fun experimenting with oil, water, food coloring, and using a macro lens. We created several beautiful abstract images, but this was our favorite one because we both love the color purple!”
Photo Credit: Michelle Swanson
“Body Abstract Landscape “
Photo Credit: Abigail Tarsches
Photo Credit: Jeff Krahenbuhl
“For these macro images I use a Pentax 67 medium format film camera with a 200mm f4 lens attached normally to the camera. To the front of that I take my Pentax 90mm f2.8 and turn it around and attach it backwards via a 67 to 67mm macro coupling ring. For many months I just taped them together with gaffer's tape until I found the ring on Ebay and I have already made my money back in tape saved. Then I shoot handheld under natural light, no flash mind you, with Kodak Portra film. All these flowers are found just out walking around the city of Portland. I wonder about the dozens of people who wander by me while I am hunched over some aster or iris, wondering what the heck I am doing with the giant black camera-looking thing. It is terribly fun, and an amazing view into worlds that we so often pass by without even knowing we are missing them.”