My husband and I stumbled upon a ghosttown yesterday, and I found all kinds of lichen growing on the outside of the abandoned buildings.

Evoking emotions with her photographic interpretations of everyday objects is why JD Brummer’s abstract artistry has been exhibited in prestigious Art Galleries, juried Shows, winning Awards, & published in International Magazines, as well as Photographer’s Forum’s Annual Collection of The Best of Photography 2010 & 2011. Feel inspired & intellectually challenged while experiencing a whole new enigmatic world of beauty through JD Brummer’s As Eye See Photography

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  • Orest Macina
    Orest Macinaover 4 years ago

    Very nice.

  • Thank you, Orest!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoover 4 years ago

    This is so pretty……I love the yellow as well. Great color and texture!

  • Wow, that’s so nice, Elizabeth. Thank you.

    – AsEyeSee

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 4 years ago

    great shot and detail

  • I always appreciate your comments! Thank you.

    – AsEyeSee

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotover 4 years ago

    Wow, great find and great color in this! Couple of little red bubbles there, too…LOL! Into my faves!

  • I’m actually surprised that this image has gotten so much attention so quickly! Don’t get me wrong… I’m tickled, just surprised! Thanks, Dot.

    – AsEyeSee

  • Lynne Prestebak
    Lynne Prestebakover 4 years ago

    This is so cool….who knew lichen could be so much fun! Looks like a world all its own.

    Lynne

  • There was really a lot of cool lichen out there. I didn’t get as many good shots as I would’ve liked, but the ones I did get are pretty neat. Thanks for the comments, Lynne!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Robert Meyer
    Robert Meyerover 4 years ago

    Terrific work, JB! Texture, colour, contrasts, shapes… This is going straight to my faves!

  • Wow! That’s so nice of you, Robert. Thanks so much!!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Marjolein Katsma
    Marjolein Katsmaover 4 years ago

    Oh, I love lichens, I see far too few of them! :) Great collection here, some of them look pretty old, too! (Did you know that scientists can use lichens to date things they grow on?)

  • No! I had no idea. That’s fascinating, Marjolein. Thank you for sharing, and for commenting. I have a few more shots like this. I’ll upload them when I can.

    – AsEyeSee

  • hardhhhat
    hardhhhatover 4 years ago

    They almost look alive when you look at them I am sure they are moving – cool shot.

  • Very much appreciated!

    – AsEyeSee

  • spittingimages
    spittingimagesover 4 years ago

    Very cool Capture! Love all the colors!

  • Thanks so much!

    – AsEyeSee

  • Livvy Young
    Livvy Youngover 4 years ago

    Great shot,how nature makes it look all so pretty.

  • I agree, Livvy. Thank you for commenting.

    – AsEyeSee

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