Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Going Thru The Alphabet.

A. is for ABSTRACT

The Dance By Judy at PhotosByJudy

Blue 1 By E Salazar at Black7Studio

Bokehful By Bethany at riotjane

Black Rainbows By Heather at shyphotog

Three Mounds By Anika at anikatoro

Crashing Wave By Michele Catino at CatinoCreations

I really hope you enjoyed my take on ABSTRACT, let me know what you think :)

Have a Wonderful Evening! Cheers, T. :)


PhotosByChipperfield (Etsy Shop)

PoppyPlacePdx (Blog) 



  1. Beautiful selections :) Thanks!


  2. Great idea and wonderful selections!

  3. These are fabulous! I love abstract art. I feel honored to be included. Great selection and variety. Thank you so much. Patti Sundik, Loves Paris Studio

  4. Awesome selection! Thanks for the feature!

  5. I used to be an art snob. True story. I only liked the obvious--pretty nature photos that made me appreciate the outdoors. I find myself drawn into abstract now, and this collection is yet another reason why. I LOVE the patterns and colors, the textures and designs. Some are borrowed from nature; others are created from the imagination. Thank you so much for sharing these images! I'm happy to be a part of it, but even happier for the overall beauty of them all together.

  6. Gorgeous! Abstract art is my favorite! So thrilled to be included! :)

  7. I agree with all the above. Really nice curation. Beautiful collection. Thank you for including my work here.

  8. Love this selection !
    great idea for a series :)
    I can't wait for next post

  9. Awesome! I feel honored to be included. Thank you very much!

  10. I love it! I must do more :) Thank you for including me in this really cool collection of abstracts. Great idea to use the alphabet, I look forward to more :)

  11. Fantastic! Thanks so much for including me in this amazing collection!

  12. Thanks so much for including my image! This post is full of beauties and I'm so proud to be a part :) I have a special love for abstract photography. Just today I saw a great quote by Aristotle, "The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance." Perfect for this post, don't you agree?

  13. Thanks Ladies, I am so glad you liked this :) T.

  14. Love this....such a great idea! So sorry I'm late to the party!!!!

    Thank you :)


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