Lens-Artists Challenge #74 – Abstract

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For this week’s photo challenge, Patti at Pilot Fish asked us to break the rules and go beyond the traditional realistic image of an object, scene, or element.  For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #74, we are going “Abstract.”

At first I thought I had nothing to offer…then I perused my Facebook feed and found ALL kinds of groovy stuff. I haven’t used my DSLR in so long, I forgot how creative you can get. Looking forward to getting back to it!

It was fun digging all of this up. Check out Patti’s page for some other great inspiration!


      1. Oh my gosh, you are echoing my current sentiments exactly, except with English. Why, oh why didn’t I major (or even minor) in English?!? How I would love to write (and/or edit) for a living. On another note, really cool pictures. Glad to have you in my reader again!

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  1. Quite a fabulous offer!!!
    I miss using my DSLR too which is so easier to be a little creative. I need a new one badly!!
    Funny how so many of us seem to miss old school cameras 🥴.

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    1. Thanks lady! I just bought a new one but need one more lens to complete the kit. I plan on using it WAY more in the coming months. I absolutely forgot how much fun you can have with it. You my friend take some AMAZING photos, you should think about getting a new one 🙂

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      1. Wow thank you for that!
        I was actually sorting out older photos yesterday and wondered why I find my recent photos so boring and classic… The fact I’m using my mobile phone might be one reason why. And also watching photos on a full computer screen Vs a small mobile phone screen changes the perspective completely… And maybe I’ve just lost my mojo!!!

        Cheers to brilliant photos!

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