The Ivy Tree

This shot is in 16 x 9 format, which is the same aspect ratio that you get in cinemas and modern TVs. I wanted this image to have something of a cinematic feel, as though someone had just paused a film. The dense greenery could be hiding anything…

Most Expensive

10 years ago the most expensive photo ever sold turned out to be a somewhat dull photo of some grass and sky? No? Well the check out the link below: Andreas Gursky’s Rhein II So, I was thinking if that abstract photo can fetch nearly $5,000,000 then why can’t one of my pictures? Here’s one …

Bubbles in Teal

Water provides so many unique opportunities for creating abstract shapes, here’s another one (I promise not to fixate on water-based images for too much longer)…

Ceiling Squares

And here we go again, it’s time for a new theme. August is going to be all about abstract, or as the internet would put it: “Relating to or denoting art that does not attempt to represent external reality, but rather seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, colours, and textures.” The Internet This month …

Gorilla in the Green

This is a Western Lowland Gorilla, relaxing amongst some greenery. Gorillas are the largest of the great apes, though the Western Lowland Gorilla is actually the smallest of the Gorillas. Their scientific name is gorilla gorilla gorilla.