Welcome to the Abstract and Surreal/Macro Photography Wonderland, a monthly feature of recent Abstract & Surreal and Macro Photography beauties! Please enjoy!
Cover image by @TheGalleryOfEve.
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Welcome to the CRP Features - a journal wherein Community Volunteers and members of CRPhotography share some of their favourite photographs. Since the group no longer does monthly themes, these journals will typically cover all Photography galleries. Although I might do some "special editions" around holidays or other events.
I hope you enjoy this series, and please be sure to check out the deviants showcased below!
Community Volunteer Features:
"A great macro shot, capturing the tiny details in each bee and keeping both in just the right focus."
"Taken at a nice time of day, showing the shadows and darker areas adding to the depth and shape of the landscape."
"Simply beautiful! Love the relaxed state of the pair."
"Cool looking viking? Check. Cool looking make-up on a viking? Check. An all in all perfect looking viking photo. :D "
Time for another feature! Here are some of my favourite works that I've collected throughout June. Some of you may have already been notified that I added your work to my "To be featured" folder. So much for being inconspicuous! It turns out that Deviant Art notifies artists when you copy their art to another favourites folder (even though it was already in your favourites to begin with)! I guess I'll have to be more clever next time. Anyway, I hope everyone is doing well and staying safe. Hopefully this feature provides inspiration and acknowledgement to the many wonderful artists out there!
Some of my latest creations:
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Check out the Canadian rock artist, Sturgeon's Axiom:
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Favourite deviations from the month of June
So small, so busy but so important for the nature, for the pollination
and so for our nutrition: THE BEES!
And we fools are making desperate efforts to extirpate them !
So be happy if you can watch a bee at work!
Some wonderful macro photographies from bees.
Delivered to you by @Mouselemur for @TandemFeatures
LISTEN TO THE SONG
How would you know?
When everything around you's changing like the weather
A big black storm
And who would you turn to?
Had I a ghost
A shadow at the most
Would you let me know?
Because I don't want to
To trouble your mind
With the childish design
Of how it all should go
But I love you so
When it all comes clear
When the wind is settled
I'll be here, you know
Because you said ours were the lighthouse towers
The sand upon that place
Darling, I'll grow weary, happy still
With just the memory of your face
Gracious goes the ghost of you
And I will never forget the plans
And the silhouettes you drew
And gracious goes the ghost of you
Another year, another feature centered around poppies :heart: Thanks to all the fellow poppy enthousiasts whom make it possible to make these features a yearly recurring theme
National Geographic has selected one of my images for the April 8th 2015 Daily Dozen. If I get enough votes I might get published in the magazine, so please vote! Voting ends at midnight EST tonight.
The image is Tree House II
You have such a wonderful gallery! Blame it on hardly ever seeing extreme macro shots, but I didn't know what some of these creatures actually looked like. My macro shots inspire to be like yours. Great work