Kimberley Green Abstract

Following on from previous post, I have had this image buzzing around in my head for a couple of days now and it is good to get it down and completed.

I have quite a few more ideas for this sort of treatment to images and I think it is a good way to showcase various aspects of regions that I visit.

Hope you like the concept!

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8 Responses to Kimberley Green Abstract

  1. mervfrench says:

    Have to say I liked the last one a lot , but this one doesn’t grab me, sorry.

  2. Ok Merv…I’ll take the positive on the last one an keep trying harder!

  3. Tim Wootton says:

    Good idea, but the croc seems to be the odd one out. Maybe a different aerial shot of Montgomery Rf.

  4. Yep, perhaps you are right gents…will look to see what else will fit!

  5. The previous one was awesome Mark, this does not work for me, a few things to consider

    – the background is now so textured and busy it’s competing with the busy images for attention. In the first one you had a simple black background allowing the images to shine. Simplicity is the key.

    – the croc is not an abstract, does not go with the two others

    – colours of the greens and yellows in the images do not go that well nor do they stand out that much against the background rock colour, so again, it’s not as striking.

  6. Yep, when one is creating greatness, one has to fail a few missions along the way mate! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Ian Wiese says:

    Look on the good side Mark – if you had done this one first you would probably have given up and wouldn’t have come up with “Earth and Sky”!


  8. Indeed Ian…I am not finished yet with this concept!