It was raining in Portland, Oregon. Nothing new there, but I was inside the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (“OMSI”) staring at this giant ship propeller (above) on the patio outside. Rain was streaking down the windows and lights of the room reflected in the glass. I couldn’t have asked for worse conditions.
I took a picture of it anyway and wasn’t surprised … it was terrible. I figured “it can’t get any worse”, so why not experiment. I played around with the Liquify Filter and came up with the image above. Now what do I do with the yellow reflected lights?
Thought for the Day: In a strict sense photography can never be abstract, for the camera is incapable of synthetic integration. Ansel Adams