I really enjoy abstract subjects that are interesting extractions from my daily encounters. Interesting colors, shapes and lines are all around us, some more discernible than others.
This is a shot of a wheat field in spring out in Eastern Oregon. The regularity of furrows in a field can be hypnotizing. This pattern of straight lines moving up hill crossed with diagonal lines caught my attention on my last trip East even though I have passed this scene hundreds of times before.
Maybe it was the shadows, or the shape of the hill that made it stand out, or maybe I am more inclined to see things that interest me now that I am more actively looking. Maybe its a combination of those factors, but I am getting results I like.
This shot is likely to be a part of one of my next projects after I finish posting about my weekly assignments project here on the blog.