52 Frames ~ Abstract ~ 02/11/2020

Abstract. Hard to define really but anyways I used the slow shutter app on my phone for these.

Firstly I used Yorick for these three

then I tried one of my small pumpkins

then cookery books on my shelf

and then my living room at night with our disco lights on

which one to choose though?

16 Comments

  1. Love the Yorick ones. I like accidental abstract stuff on the phone but works really well when it blurs something revognisable…spooky!

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    1. …revognisable is obviously a new word..

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      1. yep I revognised that 🀣 Cheers Missis!

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  2. Ooh…another set of tough images to choose fromπŸ˜…πŸ˜… I like the Yorick pictures quite a lot…but I also like the living room with disco lights on. It almost looks like this strang city with a bunch of skyscrapers. So…I guess I’m going to go for that one! 😊

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  3. I love Yorick, especially the first one. But that last picture came out so funky, I think I have to go with that.πŸ€—

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    1. Thanks Kim πŸ™‚

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  4. The disco lights are the least recognisable as a subject. But I liked the lines of the cookery books.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  5. Is that my old match.com photo that’s been slipped in there? Wondered where that went…

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  6. I especially like the third Yorick! Looks like they were all fun to create πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks Michelle 😊

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  7. S.D. McKinley

    I like the first skull the most. There’s something magical going on with that one.

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  8. The less recognizable elements, the more my imagination will see something meaningful to me….although spooky, the Yorick sucked me in!

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    1. I liked him too 😘

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