Location: Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
Title: Parallel flow
Abstract photography goes beyond what the naked eye can see. By merely looking at the pictures, viewers can come up with forms and meaning base from their personal experiences. The parameters of context are gone when you speak of abstract photography. This allows photographers to create a meaning for their subject and convey it to the viewers. It is a challenge to immerse oneself to abstract photography but it is indeed an enjoyable form of visual art. The ability of seeing individual parts rather than the entire thing makes abstract photographs delightful pieces of art. The abstract photograph being featured in this post was taken from a boat cruise inside the Glacier Bay National Park.
A fine art image must have various elements of composition to consider it as a work of art. Looking closely into this fine art image, the strongest element of design here are the lines. The lines which are parallel to each other appear to create a sense of continuity and fluidity. The smoothness of the lines awakens a sense of serenity and calm. The irregular lines convey a sense of dynamic movement and life. The visual rhythm that these lines create gave this photograph a noticeable character. As the viewers are drawn into the continuous flow of parallel lines, it makes them wander what lies beyond this image.
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