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.

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  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 🙂

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  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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