Spring abstraction – “Flames”

SPRING IS LIFE and as Otto Weininger once said, “Among the notable things about fire is that it also requires oxygen to burn – exactly like its enemy, life. Thereby are life and flames so often compared”.

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15 Responses to Spring abstraction – “Flames”

  1. Jeff Sinon says:

    Lucy, to show that I’m at least partly the stereotypical crass American, in case there was actually any doubt left in your mind 😉 my initial gut reaction to this was “Holy S***T that is F***ING AMAZING!!! I almost said it out loud too.

    I’ve only added a select few to the “Blogs That Inspire” list on my blog, this is a perfect example of why you are on that list!

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  2. Adrian says:

    Beautiful Lucy!

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  3. Adrian Lewis says:

    That’s very beautiful and very different, excellent, iltana – I’m going to reblog it! Adrian

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  4. Adrian Lewis says:

    Reblogged this on FATman Photos and commented:
    You just know that some people can be relied upon to produce beautiful images when there is colour around – Sheila Creighton and iltana come to mind – and here is a new offering from iltana – both beautiful and innovative! FATman

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  5. Camilla says:

    Oj vad härliga färger och abstract mönster. Kul bild.

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    • iltana says:

      Tack Camilla! Hoppas du inte har missat det här med att Photoshop var iblandad i skapandet av den här bilden (ursprungligen föreställde bilden färgranna vårlöv). Det är många ideer som flyger runt i mitt huvud. Tyvärr kan jag inte förverkliga alla med endast min kamera trots att lusten att skapa är stor…

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  6. joshi daniel says:

    excellent abstractness and cool colors 🙂

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  7. Bold colors … beautiful feeling. Nice movement.

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  8. Firasz says:

    Dont know how you made it, but its beautiful work. I liked it very much!

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