Thames Dock Water Ripples 1 -11: Rippled river water surface pattern and texture in an abstract artistic image derived by digitally altering the colours of a photograph so that the blue represents the reflected light.
Just for fun, showing how nature can inspire art, the photographs of trace fossils shown in the previous post have here been colourised by the hue mapping method to produce some bright abstract images. Click a picture to enlarge it.
Rock textures at Kimmeridge Bay on Dorset’s Jurassic Coast where water runs down the cliff face. Deep orange-red iron deposits on the surface of the grey limestone are revealed by recent rock falls; and granular calcium precipitation coats rock where water falls persistently.