Drougt II by Kitsmumma


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Untouched photograph taken standing at the bottom of Dangars Lagoon, Uralla, New South Wales, Australia.

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rain, drought, colour, cracks, patterns, nsw, dry, lagoon, shapes, soil, kitsmumma, uralla, dangars, abstract, australia, texture, nature, earth, mud, landscape

Australian Fine Art Photographer, Dip of Fine Arts (Photography), whose work is inspired by a love of nature and the abstract.
My photographs concentrate on the light, lines, colour, shape and form found in nature…… from bushland to beaches, even my own backyard.
I hope to surprise and intrigue the viewer with my work and explore the notion that beauty exists everywhere…in the right light!

Thank you for visiting my gallery.

© Kitsmumma/Sylvia Baxter 2014. All rights reserved.

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  • Beth A
    Beth Aabout 5 years ago

    It’s a sad sight, but is makes a great image. Nice work!

  • ADMarshall
    ADMarshallabout 5 years ago

    A nice pattern emerges from this one K -although literally it’s a bit more frightening given our current situation….

  • Marion  Cullen
    Marion Cullenabout 5 years ago

    This looks just incredible in the large version. An image balanced with beauty and tragedy, but it surely makes for a really beautiful, natural abstract.

  • AnaBanana
    AnaBananaabout 5 years ago

    nice one, great abstract

  • Joseph Rotindo
    Joseph Rotindoabout 5 years ago

    compositional excellence here…and the contrast really works well here.

    well done!

  • Kasia-D
    Kasia-Dabout 5 years ago

    Even a sad sight can be beautiful.

  • Sarah Curtiss
    Sarah Curtissabout 5 years ago

    beautiful but scary

  • Maria  Moro
    Maria Moroover 4 years ago

    Please consider our Cracked Patterns Challenge
    I Hope you don’t mind that I used your wonderful image as avatar.

  • Not at all :D
    Thanks so much Maria.

    – Kitsmumma

  • armadillozenith
    armadillozenithover 4 years ago

    Wonderful shapes.. I can see a big cat’s head and paw, then geometric tiling almost, it keeps changing.. a special beauty in this ‘base matter’!
    Though, I know, drought can be a harsh circumstance.
    Well done and thanks so much for taking the time to bring this sight to us.

  • Thombeau
    Thombeauabout 4 years ago


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