Best of Photo Challenge: Abstract Imagery

Posted by Darlene Bouchard — 19 Oct 2010

Photography can be used in a number of ways, one of which is to create abstract art. The photographs you entered in this challenge showed that by looking at the world around you in a new way can create images that look like everything from a painting to something that you'd want to take with you to Burning Man. So throw out any preconceived notions about what photography should or shouldn't be and drink in some of the great abstract art submitted to this theme!

Here are just a few of our favorite images from Photo Challenge: Abstract Imagery:

Legs by Dawn Derbyshire

Hypnotized by Michel Vaque

Rooftops by Mig

Harlequin Kiss by Anna Chipman

Memento┬░ by Ina Botao

Tovi's Water in Color by Santi-Jose Acosta

Christmas Lights by Rebecca Parker

Connected #_W6I4132 4500 by Klaus Enrique Gerdes

National Grid by Catherine Hadler

Totally Abstract Architecture by Thomas Lottermoser

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