There was no way I could pass up this image from Jenny Downing (especially as it seems to be taking a leaf out of my own theme-book).


When one learns the trick, these brushed-water abstracts become rather straightforward to pull off. And the ever-evolving form means that no two will ever be the same. This example has many things going for it: a two-part diagonal streaking, diptych of motion, one of which also provides a solid corner anchor; sharp lighting on the most prominent explosion of streaked foam; and the most calming blue tones permeating much of the scene.

Simple, yet dramatic.

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