This is what Sonel has to say about her theme this week.
‘Abstract photography is a process of using different shapes, lines, curves and patterns combined to create an image and rules, such as composition and accurate focusing hold no values. With no true meaning or no clear subject involved, the abstract photo does not necessarily mean the same thing to everyone. It leaves more to the imagination and aids us to concentrate on feeling and thought rather than the whole subject. Patterns and Close-ups of flowers and other plant life make for great abstract images. There are no guidelines for creating good abstract photography. Just use your imagination along with the natural world to create your master piece.’
and some shots of mine.
For Lynne, the answer to your question, a little hut!http://lynneayersbeyondthebrush.wordpress.com/2013/07/23/distracted-by-abstract/