Jim, this is indeed an excellent job of seeing. I was thinking that of rocks, but having a hard time with the overlapping “bubbles” near the center left edge. It’s way better than rocks finding out that it’s and iced over mud puddle.
David, Thanks. As kids we were reminded to “stop, look and listen” at railroad crossings. When I have a camera, I try to remember that; especially to look everywhere. In this case I was looking at a hillside for sheep. Seeing none, I was headed back to the car when I noticed the puddle. I didn’t notice it before.
Jim: Really well seen and since there is no sense of scale this is a terrific abstract. I love the textures, lines and color palette especially. As for the dark area on the left edge, it really doesn’t bother me. I would definitely not crop it away because you would lose sone of that nice circle adjacent to it. Perhaps dodge it a touch but it’s not incongruous with the rest of the colors so doing nothing suits me just fine. Very nicely done. >=))>