10 thoughts on “Water Abstract

    1. Hello Margaret! Many thanks. I think there has been a mix up along the line with my name and I should have corrected that before. One of my commenters is Annie. My name is Kay (the first time I’ve used it on this blog ๐Ÿ™‚ ).


  1. I like the abstract patterns here, but the main reason that I like it is because it certainly doesn’t look like a photograph – as the previous two Commenters have said. Your processing is excellent. And I love “squiggly” – you certainly aren’t wasting that classical education …. ๐Ÿ™‚

    By the way (my?) WordPress seems to be on the blink this morning. People who’ve Liked a post sometime ago continue to be shown as having done so very recently, and their gravatars are not showing on the post. Have you got anything similar?


    1. Once again, Adrian, this isn’t processed. It’s straight out of camera. It’s amazing the effects one can get with particular light – poor light in this case – and a compact camera ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you for your reasons why you like the image. I’m also pleased you like my intellectual use of the English language. Pleased to impress ๐Ÿ˜‰

      I haven’t checked out gravatars yet. Will check that out.


    1. Many thanks, Dreams and Zeros! Yes – frost is quite a rare thing so far this Winter. Water – and in particular, floods – seems to be dominant so far.

      I haven’t had the opportunity to wish you greetings for the New Year. Happy New Year to you ๐Ÿ™‚


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