‘I did not think; I experimented.’ — Wilhelm Konrad von Röentgen

January 04, 2014  •  1 Comment

Wilhelm Konrad von Röntgen was a German physicist who won the first Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 for producing and detecting electromagnetic radiation in a wavelength range today know as X-rays. (Wickipedia) 

Many times experimentation produces pleasing results.  This is a photo of the Sidney Lanier Bridge in Brunswick, Georgia taken while sailing under it in October of 2009.  In recently re-visiting the shot, I made it entirely abstract while experimenting with different blending modes in a Photoshop plug-in.  

 


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Linda Williams(non-registered)
Now Deb, that is cool! I always enjoy looking at your photographs. I should take some lessons from you. If nothing else, it will make me observe what's around me more astutely.
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