Abstract/graphic images

Common subjects in nature, photographed from a less common point of view, can create abstract images. These are examples of such graphic photos; they were made in northeast Ohio and in northwest Montana (including Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Glacier National Park).

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Beech Bark

The bark of a very large beech tree. This image was made with a 300mm lens about 7 feet (2 meters) from the tree.

Sandstone

A close-up of a section of a massive sandstone cliff face in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in northeast Ohio.


Eroded sandstone

A close-up of sandstone in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Erosion has left gof-ball sized holes in the stone.

Maple leaf, autumn 2002, northeast Ohio, U.S.

A macro image of a maple leaf, taken during the brief but brilliant autumn of 2002 in northeast Ohio.


White poplar bark

The bark of a small white poplar tree in late afternoon light.

McDonald Creek Siltstone, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

On a cloudy September day, low water levels expose graphic patterns in the siltstone bed of McDonald Creek in Montana's Glacier National Park.


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