Friday, August 13, 2010

TANGLED ROOTS



View of my Bamboo roots in the glass vase.
I like the abstract feel of this shot.
Enlarging the picture will allow you to see the details more clearly.
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17 comments:

Sandra said...

would not have known what it was, i like it to. i am a big fan of abstract and closeup and thing not ordinary

Life with Kaishon said...

Wow. I really love this. Artistic. Creative. Beautiful.

Ginny said...

I would never have known what this is, but it makes an awesome abstract picture. It really does look like a work of art. It is up for interpretation, too! In some strange way, it reminds me of the tangled interweavings of blood vessels in the human body. You may laugh, but there is a parallel between that and the life giving roots of the plant, isn't there? Those supply water to the plant, our veins supply blood.

AphotoAday said...

Great photo. I think it deserves my highest award; Ten points and a big gold star.

ChrisJ said...

That really does look like an abstract. I like the colors and the shades from dark to light. You have a good eye to spot this.

Dave said...

A good abstract shot Sue. Enlarge and hang on a wall and it might win a prize! - Dave

Mulleh said...

Love the colors and the patterns :)

Shammickite said...

I didn't know that bamboo would grow roots in water. I learn something new every day! Great shot.

Stacey Dawn said...

What an interesting shot!

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Kansas Bob said...

I like it but I am glad that you described it.

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Freda said...

Should be blown up and on a wall. Thanks for sharing

John Roberts said...

Most of your photos look so much better in the enlarged view, which means you should be framing them!

LC said...

I'm with Ginny on the blood vessel thing. I have a HUGE reaction to this photo, sort of unsettling. It is not one that I would want blown up and hung over my fireplace, but it is one that I would return to over and over. I guess mesmerizing would be the word.

Paula Scott said...

Love this shot too!