Abstract/graphic images (2)

Common subjects in nature, photographed from a less common point of view, can create abstract images. These are examples of such graphic photos.

We also have a gallery of what we hope are 'artistic' blur abstracts, created by moving subjects, panning the camera, or changing lens focal length (zooming) during exposure.

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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.

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

Graphic patterns and argillite gravel in the siltstone bed of McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park on a cloudy September day.


Autumn reflection, Two Medicine Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

Early morning sun on Rising Wolf Mountain reflects around a snag and stones in a calm Two Medicine Lake in Montana's Glacier National Park.

Organic Lens, Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

A ripple acts as a lens to clarify the view of the gravel bed of Lake McDonald in Montana's Glacier National Park.


Ice on Sylvan Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, U.S.

Ripples and shadows in the ice on Sylvan Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.


Argillite in the Jocko River, Western Montana, U.S.

Argillite in shallow water in western Montana's Jocko River.

Sandstone ripples in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota, U.S.

Sandstone ripples in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota, U.S.


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