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Abstract macro photography created with oil, water and dye.
Olympus E-3, Sigma 105 mm macro
See more oil & water abstracts, (From the land of Orf)
abstract, blue, close up, eye, macro, oil water, purple, red, sphere, water
My focus as a photographer and digital artist ranges from traditional photography to PhotoArt compilation and the less explored world of abstract design created with natural elements such as smoke, oil and water.
Bueno…vás ampliando el repertorio de elementos,y cada vez más complicados…siEl aceite redondo.semillasEl tinte…desarrollando sus formas,me gusta mucho este mundo. Y me encanta el título de la fotografía.Hay una danza….mientras que ese pequeño mundo oscuro no se inquieta con lo que sucede alrededor….casi, casi cómo nosotros.Un abrazote!!Rosa
Gracias Rosa. Me entretengo mucho con estos creaciones ya que afuera hace mucho calor! Bueno, mejor no me quejo porque aun estamos en mayo, verdad?
– Richard G Witham
i love these experiments of your richard. the outcome is always unpredictable and totally cool and interesting.
Thanks Michael. I thought this one looked a bit like a heat pumping away … on some alien being of course.
Awesome composition and colors!
Thank you! I’m having a lot of fun with these oil and water abstracts.
mmmm…mejor, mejor (je, je, je,)Rosa
You got a very fascinating pattern here, Richard. Very creative work!
Thank you Eivor :-)
Thank you very much :-)
This very much reminds me of an iris – not the eye iris, but the flower. Gorgeous work Richard.
Thanks Sandra. I hadn’t noticed the flower until you mentioned it.I thought it looked like a heart, and then it looked like a lady bug with one spot … or eye. Well, I guess my imagination gets away from me sometimes :-)
I’m sure a psychiatrist would have something to say about the hidden meaning of this blotch…… ;o)))
Nah, he’d just say, “Richard made this”? “We all know he’s nuts” :D
Thanks Danica :-)
Oooooooo, I love the red…….but I always do. Very nice shape. It feels kind of like a bat in motion, wings blurred as he dissolves into a pool of red.
Oh, yeah. I can see the wings and I like your interpretation. I really liked the colors in this one too. It’s hard to know what you’ll come up with when you start adding the colors … a lot of times you just get a black, oily mess :-)
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