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Abstract Water

I created these images a couple years ago while on an outing to Eagle Creek and Punch Bowl Falls in the Columbia River Gorge. One of my favorite hikes, it’s an easy one. It only takes about 45 minutes to get to Punch Bowl, up the Eagle Creek Trail. These images were taking just below the Falls, with my camera simply pointing down at the water.

Like I said above I created these a couple years ago and at first, I thought there wasn’t very much to these images. But, while they stayed stored on my computer, they kept come up for me to see them in various different situations. I’ve grown to like these over the last couple years. Indeed I’ve created a few Digital Mandalas from the middle image. You’ll get to see those in an upcoming Digital Mandala post. I hope you like this week’s post. Leave a comment, or like, below. Or Vote in the poll above. Enjoy!



3 thoughts on “Abstract Water

  1. I am looking forward to your digital mandalas.

    1. Hi neihtn2012~ visit the link to my Digital Mandala page in the right column of this blog! 🙂

  2. […] In my last post I featured some abstract images of a pool of water that I created a few Summer’s ago along the Eagle Creek Trail in The Columbia River Gorge. With this post we travel a few miles South, about 60 miles South to be exact, and feature an organism for which water provides sustenance. The two images in this post are of the same tree, in two different seasons – Winter and Summer. I like the comparison of this mighty Oak Tree fully dressed in it’s Summer outfight and completely naked. This tree grows in a field, and while it’s somewhat alone (if you look closely, there’s a second tree behind the first). And actually as part of the illusion that I love about photography, these two trees are actually part of a whole grove of might Oak Trees that grow on both sides of this tree. While, the whole scene is very beautiful and serene, this tree captured all by itself still encompasses some of that beauty. […]

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