I used a macro lens to shoot this picture of the side window of a derelict car where drops of fluid were able to seep into the glass and over years make amazing patterns and colors.

I love macro abstract work of rejected and neglected items in our society, especially rusty old dumpsters (skips) around the back of buildings, battered boats up on dry dock, rotting wood, bark of trees, and so on. Im fascinated by the color and texture that appears with a macro lens. I do almost no post-processing after taking the shot.

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  • Paul Swan
    Paul Swanabout 6 years ago

    Excellent. Almost looks like a fossilised fish?

  • Marguerite Foxon
    Marguerite Foxonabout 6 years ago

    You are quick off the mark!! Fish … hmm, you are right. I hadnt seen that before. This is same car, different part of the window by the way.

  • Chet  King
    Chet Kingabout 6 years ago

    Like the abstract.

  • Marguerite Foxon
    Marguerite Foxonabout 6 years ago

    thanks Chet for dropping by.

  • Marilyn Harris
    Marilyn Harrisabout 6 years ago

    Wow!!! Love your work Marguerite!!! Such a wonderful abstract!!!

  • Thanks Blossom.

    – Marguerite Foxon

  • Kazzoom
    Kazzoomabout 6 years ago

    awesome great find

  • Thx Kazzoom. This is one of a series of interesting shots from that same gunky window!

    – Marguerite Foxon

  • Kazzoom
    Kazzoomabout 6 years ago

    great cant wait :)

  • Ann  Palframan
    Ann Palframanabout 6 years ago

    Brilliant macro; intriguing!

  • Marguerite Foxon
    Marguerite Foxonabout 6 years ago

    Thanks Ann for stopping by and giving feedback.

  • Sharon Johnstone
    Sharon Johnstoneabout 6 years ago

    Amazing abstract !

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