Vision in White

“In every landscape
should reside jewels of abstract art
waiting to be discovered.”

Melissa Brown

“Jewels of abstract art” – I love that thought.

That these treasures are out there, waiting to be discovered.

My “landscapes” tend to be “cityscapes” but I think the concept applies to whatever you stand in front of – no matter what your subject, there are jewels to discover.

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This image was taken in an underground passageway within the World Trade Center complex.  It was like walking through the Starship Enterprise or a scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey. A soaring curved ceiling, two stories high – everything bathed in the purest white. I stand in awe of those who design public spaces that combine utility with such beauty.

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Posted on November 14, 2013, in Photography and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. The quote is perfect for this photo, and for many of your photos. A terrific composition and light. You have a gift for finding the beauty in a walkway, a building, a sidewalk, anything.

  2. This is stunning! It does look very much like you’re walking in a space station. Beautiful capture.

  3. This is gorgeous, Brenda! You certainly are a master of finding the “jewels of abstract”!

  4. Beautiful.
    And I’m glad to have caught up on my blog reading and to have found your new home. I look forward to finding you in my inbox!

  5. White is something I typically struggle to photograph. You found a jewel for sure and captured it in all its beauty.

  6. A beautiful find and so well captured! It’s has such a pure, peaceful feeling!

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