365 Day Art and Photography Challenge – Day 4

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Our Arts Magazine is presenting 365 ideas for a photograph or piece of artwork.

You can use the actual thing, or if an idea, use that to create something more abstract or literal.

We hope the muse never leaves you this year.

DAY 4 Grass

At the end of the year we will be picking a winner from someone who has shared the most with us (one per day) and they will receive a small gift from O.A.M.

Recap

  1. Apple
  2. Broken
  3. Boxes
  4. Grass
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Hello, my name is Abbie.I'm a dog lover with two Alsatians.A bird lover...2 budgies, and an avid writer.

I live in Manchester, UK and try to promote other artists and writers when I can.I'm so pleased you found our community and I hope to chat to you soon!!Please comment on my posts if you like them 🙂
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Hello, my name is Abbie. I'm a dog lover with two Alsatians. A bird lover...2 budgies, and an avid writer. I live in Manchester, UK and try to promote other artists and writers when I can. I'm so pleased you found our community and I hope to chat to you soon!! Please comment on my posts if you like them :)

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Kathy K. McClellan
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St. Augustine Grass Abstract

I had a close up photograph of St. Augustine grass and decided to work with software to create a selective focus abstract. At first glance it may appear that I just pushed a few buttons to produce this image. On closer inspection you will see that it was a little more complicated than that. For example, have you ever seen grass blades that were arranged geometrically as in this image? I think not!

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