Abstract/graphic images (3)

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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Deep snow on boulders creates light and shadow

Deep snow on boulders creates light and shadow.

Snow drift

A snow drift, several feet deep, on a gray February morning.


Kintla Lake draings into Kintla Creek, Glacier National Park, Montana, U.S.

In Glacier National Park, Kintla Lake drains into Kintla Creek over a massive boulder.

Stack of old culvert pipes, Montana, U.S.

A stack of old culvert pipes in mid-morning sun makes a black and white abstract.


Sunset sky refected in Flathead Lake ice, Montana, U.S.

Fifteen minutes after sunset, a brilliant sky is reflected in the ice of western Montana's Flathead Lake.

Snow-covered trees on a mountainside, Montana, U.S.

Moring sun lights snow-covered trees on a mountainside after a late April storm.


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