4 Old Abstracts by anahata.c ()
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An old "aerial view". (Photoshop painting.)
(Please zoom, as these are very big!)
I didn't comment much last week, due to pressing matters (my sister and other things). But I finally got to your galleries this weekend.
I'll comment next week too---it's great to comment on all of you again!
Some of these abstracts are in my gallery, but altered---these are the originals.
(You can comment on whatever you wish---just wanted to share.)
Have a wonderful Sunday, and thank you so much for your wonderful welcome whenever I come back here:
It means the world to me.
Image Comments (15)
helanker () 3:56AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Mark this is very beautiful and reminds me of this red clay or chamotte, I remember from my short time in a pottery. Loved the red color and it is exactly like this. Or it could also be Lava. But I like the thought of red chamotte :-)
durleybeachbum () 4:58AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Yes, red clay for me too! We had huge bins in the workshop, each full of a different clay softening ready to reclaim. I have to say it never looked as attractive as this.
Richardphotos () Online Now! 8:28AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
reminds me of the mud in Yellowstone Nat. Park from hot springs. very good work
blankfrancine () 9:06AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
I like this one a lot,Mark.Looks carved with strange glyphs.
photosynthesis () 11:07AM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Wonderful depth & fluidity in this monochrome abstract, Mark. A National Park of the Mind that I'd love to be able to visit sometime...
auntietk () 1:31PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Capitol Reef in Utah. Moenkopi formation. Jurassic period. Very distinctive.
Okay, I know you, and you think I'm full of poo.
Faemike55 () 6:30PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Cool abstract, Mark! looks like a topo map
thanks for the wonderful comments
goodoleboy () 6:57PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
Wonderful deep color and dry lavalike contrasts, Mark. The sky above rained blood down upon the desiccated soil below. And what's with the Cubs?
RodS () 9:52PM | Sun, 30 October 2016
This looks like something from the Mars Orbiter... Very, very cool, Mark! I'm not sure how you did this, but I like it a lot! Good to see you back, buddy, even if it's off and on! Thanks for all the awesome comments! :-D
bmac62 () 12:14PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
Hi Mark...I'm back too:) Wonderful abstract. I spent a great deal of time learning advanced map reading during my first couple of years in the Army (early to mid 60s). Here I see a wide variety of landforms, elevation lines, places where rivers once flowed, roads/trails and LOTS of erosion.
Today paper maps have almost completely given way to digital maps. I still like paper best...just bulky to carry around if you are operating over a large area. Picture the German Army/Soviet Armies on the Eastern front.
MrsRatbag () 9:54PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
It does look maplike; it reminds me of the opening credits of "Game of Thrones" for some reason. Welcome back!!
wysiwig () 11:19PM | Mon, 31 October 2016
Well Tara was more specific. I just wanted to know when you flew over Southern Utah. I see mesas and slot canyons in this. A superb effort.
bakapo () 6:47PM | Thu, 03 November 2016
this is cool! I see a landscape, too. it would be a really awesome place to explore, especially when the sun went down leaving deep, long shadows that would play with depth and shape; the hills and ridges look fun.