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Growing up, I was never interested in abstract anything. It wasn’t real. In high school we had a field trip to an out of town art gallery to see some original Picasso paintings. I was pretty sure the guy was on drugs when he painted those canvases. They made absolutely no sense to me. As I learned more and more about photography, and the art of seeing, I began to notice things in nature that might be considered, at least somewhat, abstract. I began to shoot photos of them with different lenses, at different angles, close up and far away. I began to see separations of colors, and of light and shadow, rather than the overall picture. It was then that abstract began to make sense to me. I don’t shoot a lot of it, the subject has to present itself to me, But if it does, I take advantage of it, and have gotten some interesting photos of Mother Nature’s abstract gallery”
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