Texture and A Peel

“Abstract art is a fundamental distrust of the theory of reality concocted by the eyes.”
— Robert Brault

They are removing the paint from the recreational station at the nearby park. They coated the equipment with a paint stripping fluid and left it to peel away. I happened to arrive after the peel had completed, which I found had some abstract appeal of its own. The early evening light was doing its part to contribute to the image, when I suddenly heard the peal of a nearby church bell. Noting that Carl Jung himself would have been impressed by all this synchronicity, I took my cue and brought the camera to my eye. Enjoy.

"Texture and A Peel", Nikon D800, ISO 640 f/5.3 at 1/320sec., 92mm

“Texture and A Peel”, Nikon D800, ISO 640 f/5.3 at 1/320sec., 92mm

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