Gathered Flotsam

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rushing roar through woods
river perpendicular-
crevice of flotsam

The overlook to Nairn Falls, BC had me noticing the cornered scrap wood directly below me. I snapped it without really looking closely until I got home…

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24 Responses

  1. The trapped wood is a little disconcerting, but when you touch it with soft colors you can almost see the movement and with it the chance of escape. These are so very interesting, Laurie. Your Haiku says it all …

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  2. Beautiful post.

  3. That looks dangerous!

  4. Isn’t it interesting what we can make out of scraps? The falls are beautiful. I’ve always wanted to visit BC.

    I know your result is not supposed to represent any real objects, but the mind sees what it wants to see in most abstracts. What I saw was a person in an old fashioned diving suit with a large round headpiece and rectangular view window —especially in the inverted version with the blue “window” —with the body all tangled up in seaweed or debris and breathing hoses. I even see a hand on the right side. That’s the first thing I thought of and the image won’t go away.

  5. I have similar images I still have not used. Maybe it is time. I liked yours.

  6. I really like the blue post, the origainal place is just beautiful.

  7. Beautiful compositions, very creative! Lovely waterfall!

  8. You are invited to share this with Feline Art Friday (it does not need to be feline related):
    http://kittypartay.blogspot.com/2014/06/feline-art-friday-2.html

  9. LOVE that last shot, beautiful!

  10. love the processing!

  11. I saw the same thing that CJ saw in all that wood. Your photos are VERY GOOD!!! Thanks for your comment on my post!

  12. Very creative photography and editing ~ thanks, Happy Weekend ~ ^_^

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

  13. Karen S.

    Great gads, lovely photos and GOOD post.

  14. very pretty area. I like the photo editing to blue! {:-D

  15. Really enjoyed the haiku, which suited the photos perfectly.

    =)

  16. Beautiful view of the falls.

  17. Lovely works of art and photography!

  18. Nature always holds surprises! This is a little creepy – it looks so real.

  19. Very creative.

  20. EG CameraGirl

    Very nice artsy shots.

  21. funny what CJ said. I thought it looked like an astronaut or diver.
    That is a fun thing about photos. Sometimes you discover new things when viewing later on the computer.

  22. Nairn Falls is spectacular!

    And your photo manipulation is so amazing!

    I also thought it was an astronaut at first!

    This was really great!

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

  23. Thanks for linking to the Up Down Challenge.

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