I first posted this shot a few months ago, but it had some technical issues. I have now solved those issues and reprocessed it.
I’ve posted some shots from the recent Bolder Boulder, and they’ve pretty much all been abstracts – with some being so abstract that it’s not really accurate to call them photos anymore. Short version: I had some interesting colors and shapes and decided to experiment. Here are a couple more from the “graphic art” end of the spectrum.
As you can no doubt tell, this is a … ummm … close relative of the last two shots I posted.
I don’t typically shoot people, but I had a go when I tripped across the Centennial State Pipes and Drums, who were performing at this year’s Boulder Bolder.
Common teasel (Dipsacus fullonum) is an invasive species commonly found in Boulder County’s wetlands. Invasive or not, it’s pretty.