Abstract Nature

Patience, persistence, and avoiding bird splats.

"Our task must be to free ourselves...by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it's beauty." -- Albert Einstein

This abstract nature gallery is not filled with bird splats. Although, you are giving me some ideas.

There’s feathers, fur, and scales. There’s flocks and herds. None of them follow the script. They wake up early. They live in cold, wind, rain, and snow. That means I’m freezing, wet, shivering, and tired. Each of them knows when the camera lens is pointed their way, and suddenly, they are shy. After they just did the most amazing pose. And, no, I hadn’t gotten my gear set up yet.

Unpredictable. But for the thousands of missed shots and hours of waiting for something to happen, it takes just one scene to keep me coming back for more punishment.

I’ll keep spanning the globe, bringing you the thrill of victory and sparing you the agony of defeat. This is “Annstracts’ Wide World of Abstract Nature Photography.”

Curiosity did not kill the cat. He had nine lives. Nor will it harm you. Go ahead, click that image. Check out a high resolution preview as well as view a description, display options, sizes, and pricing information.

Ok, we avoided bird splats. So your reward is Colorful Abstract Art.

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