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A little on the abstract side, this net of colorful shapes was found over a street in down-town Boston.
hmmm. simple play of abstract.
Wow, this abstract art is amazing that too it was formed on a net. I actually thought it was a decorating element for a party or occasion, but it is just a net with different shapes stuck to it. To top it, your photography has brought out its natural beauty and given it a different perspective.
Lovely. Sometimes simple ideas make the best photographs – I love going out around town just shooting, looking for these sorts of shots – hope to get one as good as this one day!
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Nice picture, lovely colors. I’m glad to see you are still blogging!
Loved it tho I need a bit more focus. Or I just need to go out a bit more and shoot as well 😉
Nice colors. It is amazing how what you find when you take time to look. I probably would walk by and never see this shot. I think some people have a talent and gift for this, but I do think it is something that can be developed as well. eric@photography tips.
I like when you take the time to notice small and beautiful things around you in the city. This is a great example.
@kenneth, yes it’s a simple play of abstract, but this simple play make a beautiful picture. Great job!
As simple as this piece of art may seem, it surely does stimulate imagination. Once I`ve taken a look at it, I could not stop thinking of celestial entities. I find it that it is pretty amazing how it captures the light!
This one also very interesting photo. It is hard to describe but keep us watching for minutes… Nice
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