Weekly Photo Challenge : Abstract

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Another survivor

Just a few of the abstract images I’ve found in my archives.

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21 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Abstract

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge-Abstract – WoollyMuses

  2. hey Pomme – these are very cool! I will be back later – I have a few comments to leave. I was visiting your blog earlier this month, but do not leave comments when I am outside and sneaking blog views in (if that makes sense). So I have some feedback to come and share – really enjoyed a few things and look forward to connecting.
    ttys – and the first wavy photo had me a bit tizzy –

    • I look forward to your visits any time you can fit it in Y. btw what does ttys stand for?

      • Sorry – ‘
        Means “talk to you soon”

        • Of course, that makes sense now… πŸ™‚

          • well you are not the first one to ask me to explain it (sherri did once a while back) so I should probably not assume we all know it (and I had to ask my friend Karin what it meant – she must have been ahead of her time because she used it in like 2008 – wow) -but I might not use it anymore – maybe I will switch to Tigger’s “Ta-ta-for now” – just kidding –

            • Oh yes TTFN I know that one it was a common ending way back when I lived in England πŸ™‚ (seems like a million years ago!!!)

            • I know – that was early 90’s right?

              but what is scary for me is that 2001 feels like just yesterday and it was 16 years ago – how could that be? oh my

            • Even scarier for me at my age the 60’s seemed just like yesterday!!!

            • ha – that is scary – lol

  3. Stunning Pauline and the wall is my favourite, ancient golden stone!

  4. Love that last one, Pauline!

  5. I got a couple of plane shots that would be good for this challenge, but not enough time. πŸ™‚

  6. Very abstract, Pauline – and I love the spider web πŸ˜€

  7. Great abstracts wonder how many spiders live in there, intriging. Love spiders webbs so clever. Thanks Pauline.

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