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  1. santos.turino

    Hi from Santurtzi (Spain)

    Hi, I'm Santos, a photo addict who loves abstract photography. But I love more subjects and I would like to share both photographs and ideas with you. I live in Santurtzi, a fishing village, near Bilbao, (Spain) next to the Cantabrian Sea. This sea has been the source of inspiration for most...
  2. Robert Watcher

    Late Afternoon Reflections

    Late Afternoon Reflections in Rural Southern Ontario
  3. S

    Brewing Storm

    Brewing Storm is from my Naturally Abstract collection and was composed at the Aiken County Historical Museum in Aiken, SC. This is also part of my sub-collection that I call Stump Art as each piece is found on the surface of a stump. The gorgeous colors were helped by golden light washing...
  4. S

    Flame On

    Flame On is from my Naturally Abstract collection and was composed at Hopeland Gardens in Aiken, SC. This is another one of those subjects that sort of bother you because you can't give up on it, but it's hard to find the composition you know is there. It took me several weeks before I found...
  5. A

    Inside the Walt Disney Concert Hall Pt. II

    Hi again, here are three more pictures taken inside WTCH. I chose to put them in a separate thread, because I have specific questions about them. Here they are: In the first one, I like the strong lines and that there is a sense of chaos. At the same time, however, I don't know if...
  6. D

    Hidden Emotions (at the Frontier)

    We rarely show our hearts completely - we always hide seemingly small corners, fleeting emotions, and small ideas. They all go unshared. Comments: One of the very first worthwhile images I produced with 35mm B&W film, and only printed a year later in the darkroom as I slowly get more...