Tagged: abstract

Y Not

Continuing the alphabet soup here at the Daily Photo Game, I am playing this loosely connected image, “Y Not”. This was a product of yesterday’s Columbia River Gorge excursion, such an awesome place to hike and witness. However, as is my way, I am less interested in general photographs of nature without the fingerprint of []


Water and Ink #1

My play for today’s image for the DailyPhotoGame took me by surprise. I had no idea at the onset of this day that I would create something that far outpaced what I had conjured in my mind’s eye. I liked the flowing nature of Robert’s image “Fahrenheit 451” and its shape inspired me to consider []


Hoo Are You

Robert’s image gave me plenty to think about for my submission to the dailyphotogame.com. These open ended images can be taken so many different directions, I love/hate them for that very same reason. In following his lead, I considered pretty much everything from A to Zebra, which coincidently I did have in my library.  However, []


Water Falling

Water continues to be a theme at the Daily Photo Game and I decided to follow suit. This image of water falling off of a high-end water feature captivates me. I love the way the late afternoon sunlight rakes across the drops providing a surreal curtain from which to shoot through. Additionally, the feature itself casts a []


Alignment

The current thread of the Game has been fun to watch. I especially like the round theme, it provides flow and cohesion to the Game. My contribution to the timeline continues with the round theme, times four. I made this capture early this morning. I liked the 4 orbs and how they aligned in some []


“Untitled”

I really liked Robert’s image “Six O Eight”, it has beautiful lines, light and negative space. My “Conversation” (link to new book) with his image speaks to the lines and forms present in his capture, although in a more high key manner. I thought that flipping the tonality of the image – from shadow to light []


Fugitive Flowers

This shot for my “Game Day” was inspired by an assignment I wrote for my class at the Academy of Art University. In addition to my commercial and fine art work, I also teach. The notion of the assignment – “The Fugitive Flower” was to introduce a non-linear, word-association exercise in an attempt to get []