A gallery of abstract paintings, courtesy of the mold formations on the walls of Fort Cornwallis in Penang.
Red river outflow into an icy sea.
Islands in a green sea.
Corner of the earth.
Snow on mossy mountain (above the tree line).
Old bridge in summer.
More of Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Wall and Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Abstracts.
Very cool moldy walls for abstract. Love it. 🙂
If I didn’t read your introduction, I would have thought it was a work of art 🙂 I like!
these moldy walls were really fun to take photos of. I was running all over the place and my husband thought i was crazy…
These are very cool abstractions. I love “corner of the earth.”
I had fun making up the titles…
I love that one too~
Oh, these are wonderful!
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Thank you so much – these abstracts were so much fun to take!
I can tell you had some fun. They were awesome photos. 🙂
Great entry …. love the colors in those paintings. Congratulations to be “Cee featured.”
I called them a gallery of abstract ‘paintings’ but they really are photos of walls covered with green mold and algae. So it is mother nature and whoever didn’t get around to white-washing the building that get all the credit for the beautiful colours…
Wow, even more interesting – the colors is really talking to me …. for my art is mostly about the colors and not the motives so much. Or the light in the paintings … Mother Earth has a lot of colors to offer us … on, above and underneath her. Great images.
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Great shots and looks so cold.
It was actually tropical steamy hot in Penang so the bright spring greens and frosty blue whites of the molds didn’t actually cool me down much.
These are awesome, they look like abstract landscapes.
These “moldy paintings” and your titles are superb! I would never have guessed their origin.
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