POTD: Arrangement in Grey and Black

POTD: Study in GrayArrangement in Grey and Black Bozeman, Montana 2014

One of my pet peeves is lights left on in rooms with no one in them. But in this case it worked to my advantage. When I opened our laundry chute door the light was on in the unoccupied laundry room below, yielding this abstract image. The title was stolen from James McNeil Whistler’s most famous painting (more commonly known as Whistler’s Mother of course).]]>

4 thoughts on “POTD: Arrangement in Grey and Black”

  1. Neat! You have quite a lot of these rectangular shape abstracts. Could be another portfolio. Or is that what we’re going to see in the next Lenswork? No spoilers, please! 🙂

    1. Thanks Kathy. As I’m sure you know, and it’s something Brooks Jensen has written about, abstract compositions are a very personal form of art, where personal here means they will typically not receive as wide a positive reception as other subject matter might. So trying to produce a collection of abstracts that might push Brooks’ buttons is a positive way might be an interesting challenge.

  2. Connie Jens Kindsfather

    Wow. I’m a fan of abstract photography and simplicity, as you probably know. You have such an eye for recognizing and capturing an intriguing image., and this one is a Wow.

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