Posts tagged with ‘abstract’

  • Rippled View

    Through the looking glass.

  • Schlep and Repeat

    Waterlogued abstract.

  • Glass sculpture.

    Blue Fingers

    It's blue and made of glass. Also: cool.

  • Aspen leaves in late afternoon by Jon Armstrong for - 2013, Salt Lake City, Utah, Wasatch Mountains, abstract, autumn, fall colors, vivid colors

    Fall Colors: Vivid Yellow Specks

    Looking at the late afternoon light hitting these gold aspen leaves I saw an abstract painting in my head. I…

  • Great contemporary architecture on the High Line in Manhattan, NYC.

    The High Line: HL23 by Neil Denari

    This is a detail of HL23 by Neil Denari, one of the better buildings on the High Line. As you…

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    Glitchy Twitchy

  • Jon Armstrong - Blurbomat - Glass, Steel & Concrete - 2013, abstract, architecture, blurbomat, Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0 L IS USM, Chicago, clouds, Jon Armstrong, Jon Armstrong blog, personal travel, summer

    Glass, Steel and Concrete

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    Distended Tulip

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  • Abstract Sun by Jon Armstrong.

    Abstract Sun

    This was meant to be blurry. I just didn't expect to like it as much as I do.

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    Still Can’t Sleep

    Took this late at night. It’s an 8 or 15 second exposure of my alarm clock. I really don’t use…

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    I’m loving finding older images to tweak in Lightroom 3. The noise reduction is something awesome.

  • Abstract Floor Lamp

  • Mystery Hand

  • Light Fixture Abstract by Jon Armstrong for Copyright/credit: Jon Armstrong.

    Kind of Blue: Light Fixture Abstract

    This is a 1/5 second exposure of the groovy light over our stairs with the lensbaby. This is intentionally blurry…

  • Meshy Shades by Jon Armstrong. Copyright/credit: Jon Armstrong.

    Meshy Shades

    Taken while waiting for Heather to decide what to buy in the cool paper/tchotchke shop on Granville Island. These curvy…

  • Threads by Jon Armstrong for Copyright Credit: Jon Armstrong.


    On Granville Island there are these giant boat propellers set around like art. I couldn’t decide if they were once…

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