Unretouched – Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 4)

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Silvery rippled water surface

Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 4) – I often play around with digital transformations and re-colouring to enhance my photographs but in this series of images, showing naturally-occurring surface water texture and pattern, the photographs are completely unretouched – showing the intricate, ever-changing silvery designs caused by strong winds ruffling the water in a large ornamental pond.

10 Replies to “Unretouched – Water Texture & Pattern (Barbican 4)”

  1. Thank you, Claudia. There are many phenomena like this, hidden in plain sight, but very transitory and difficult to capture. I am pleased you like the picture. It makes it seem worthwhile standing patiently in the bitter cold wind waiting for the right moment to click the camera.

  2. Wow! Fantastic photo! You are amazing to find the details in everything, Jessica. 🙂 I thought it was liquid silver first when I saw the picture hahaha 🙂

  3. Absolutely. And it is the very fact that it is ephemeral and takes patience to wait for that shows in these pictures as well as the beautiful image; it’s easy to overlook ruffling water, but you didn’t. Now I can see it and I appreciate it that you did take the time and had the eye to find it.

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