Black and White Photo Challenge: Abstract

This week’s topic from The Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge is Abstract.

I have a hard time understanding the meaning of abstract. I recognize it when I see it in the work of other’s but not always my own. This is a picture of the train tracks in Harper’s Ferry West Virginia. I hope it conveys abstract to you.

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15 thoughts on “Black and White Photo Challenge: Abstract

  1. A picture says a thousand words. It’s a great photo. When I did all my John Henry posts I searched google for pictures like this, and this is way better than the ones I saw.


  2. To me, abstract means it isn’t quite presented in an obvious way, but intended to give an idea of something.


  3. Loved it Dawn and what a great shot! I am so glad to find that I wasn’t the only one when it came to the meaning of ‘abstract’ .. 😆 At some stage I was doubting myself and wondering if the photo’s are abstract enough and then I would look at other abstract photo’s and still have no clue if mine was correct. Your photo have the shapes, lines, curves and patterns combined so it’s perfect for the challenge. Thanks so much for taking part and for sharing hon. Much appreciated. 😀 *hugs*


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