• Thank you. I thought it would be nice to use the colourful images from the previous post and I like how they turned out. Thanks for your comment. Best wishes :-)

  1. Like it – made my eyes go funny (in a nice way!) — prefer the unblurred rabbit :-)

  2. The purity of colour without the form. Still quite beautiful.

  3. Great abstracts – the top left is I think the best, and in many ways I found that also the most satisfying of the original images

    • Hi Andy, The wool Blur images were chanced upon and so I thought I’d try them out as a set. I think they are interesting and I would agree with you on both counts! The colours in the top left image just sit comfortably together and are nicely framed top and bottom with the dark wool. The shots taken in the wool shop were a spur of the moment opportunity. I walked past the shop and saw the great colours and then 10 seconds later I turned back and introduced myself to Jill the shop keeper. I only had one lens with me and really it was the wrong one! Anyway I did my best with what I had. I may return at some point for Wool Baa Part Two!

      • A very helpful shopkeeper.

  4. hi nigel, avery interestinmg idea, i took of my specs to view and the mnages were a little sharper. however i can’t look for too long!

    • I happened to accidentally blur one image while processing and decided to embrace the happy accident! Not sure I’ll be publishing all my photographs with a blurred version but I thought it was a fun experiment. Best wishes, ;-)

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