Detail from the quayside in Port Adelaide, Australia.
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The texture of the wall against the colours of the water – lovely! Very nice.
Thank you for your visit here – and comments!
indeed, colours and textures provide for an intriguing tension – well done!
I’m glad you liked the photo 🙂
You must have had some fun making this one! At least I had watching it. A real treat.
It was the reflections in the water that caught my attention. And I thought the pier edge was a nice contrast to the water.
Neat! I’m struggling to call this an abstract though…perhaps if you cropped off the ladder and left just the reflection. But, nonetheless, a really nice shot, Truels!
I understand your point about “abstract”. I saw Giiid’s contribution today, which she has called “almost abstract”! ( http://my2008blog.wordpress.com/2012/03/12/abstract/ ). This might be the right description of my post… There are probably many understandings and definitions of the term …. Scott’s is: “Abstract photography communicates primarily through form, color, and curves rather than image detail”. The word “primarily” leaves a door open for details and elements – like a ladder!?
Lovely textures and patterns!
I am glad you like the photo!
Very neat !
Thank you 🙂
Nice textures Truels!!
Have a nice evening,
Thanks, I will listen to some world music this evening 😉
Great contrast and textures here. I love the patterns and reflections in the water
I loved those reflections too 🙂
Very nice photograph, Truels – the reflection is excellent and I agree with you that the pier provides contrast and, I think, balance. This element in my view makes an otherwise very good image into an extraordinary one.
I am pleased by your comments, thank you!
Great reflections, – nice colours. A good shot!
Thanks, Hans 🙂
Interesting image truels, I’ve never taken an abstract image before and this would be a challenge.
I hope you are in for this assignment 🙂
Patterns, shadows and light on water always make interesting compositions. I love this one.
Just my words – and thanks for the “love” 😉
Fantastic texture and reflections.
Thank you, Kala!
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