This is a type of image that I have started to appreciate a lot lately. Not a landscape with large views but a small intimate section where shapes and colors play the main role. These types of motifs are hard to spot, at least for me. I think it’s largely because I’m used to photographing large landscapes. But with practice, you can begin to see these smaller landscapes. A big advantage is that they are everywhere and you do not have to travel far to find them. The motif in this picture is flowing clear water over a rocky bottom a sunny day. This image basically needed no editing but only adjustment of white and black levels as well as cropping and a small increase in saturation.
This is a great abstract for several reasons. Aside from the shapes and colors and composition this one also is suggestive in it’s various forms. I see ghosts and other beings. I think the cool colors affect what you see here. Here are some obvious compositional adjustments I would make:
This is a beautiful abstact image full of colour and shape. It’s amazing what we find at our feet.
My only suggestion, and not a nit, is to perhaps flip the image horizontally and vertical. By doing that the darker left hand side will act as a stopper and the darker top acts as a solid base. I might consider a bit of border patrol to clean up tiny intrusions.