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Abstract Garden

I fell in love with the abstract a few years ago and after collecting a wild mix of pictures, some of even by coincidence, I decided it was time to create a whole new series using the same approach – a combination of intentional blur and camera movement. As I wanted to capture as many colours as possible, I spent some time wandering around in my parents garden, starting in summer and ending in fall. Once they were found, the motion of the camera allows to create different patterns, like a paint brush on paper. This results in pictures that are very similar and yet totally unique.

Abstract image of autumn leaves in shades of red, pink, orange and black
Red leaves
(Rostock, Germany – November 2016)
Abstract image of autumn leaves in shades of orange, red and yellow
Orange leaves
(Rostock, Germany – November 2016)
Abstract image of autumn leaves in shades of yellow, orange and white
Yellow leaves
(Rostock, Germany – November 2016)
Abstract image of a birch tree in shades of green yellow and light blue
Birch tree
(Rostock, Germany – November 2016)
Abstract image of goldenrod stems in shades of green and yellow
Goldenrod stems
(Rostock, Germany – September 2016)
Abstract image of goldenrod flower heads in shades of yellow and green
Goldenrod flower heads
(Rostock, Germany – September 2016)
Abstract image of a corkscrew willow in different shades of green
Corkscrew willow
(Rostock, Germany – August 2016)
Abstract image of a flowering dahlia in shades of red, green and turquoise
Red dahlia
(Rostock, Germany – September 2016)
Abstract image of asparagus fern in shades of turquoise, green and orange
Asparagus fern
(Rostock, Germany – August 2016)
Abstract image of pebbles in shades of grey, blue, orange and white
Pebbles
(Rostock, Germany – August 2016)