A fusion of wind, water, and light: a recipe for an interesting abstract photograph.
One of my first attempts at abstraction. Very little post processing here. Most of this effect was created using long exposure and slight movement.
Sometimes something as simple as a reflection in the right light can make an interesting abstract image.
The Hudson Pointe Nature preserve is a favorite walking trail of mine near my home in upstate New York. In early spring it’s not uncommon for this bridge to become fully submerged due to snowmelt running down from the high peaks of Mount Marcy where the Hudson River begins.
My first foray into the world of macro: Exhibit A.
I found this while walking through an abandoned theme park in the Adirondacks one October day. The park, nestled in the village of North Hudson, was once known as Frontier Town. Today it has been converted to a campground. I don’t know if this structure still remains.
Walking through the woods near my home on a cool misty morning after a rain.