Balboa Park Abstracts

I made these photos a while ago, in April, casually ambling Balboa Park with the camera and my friend Joe. I think we began the day with coffee and a scone before walking through Spanish Village, then later paying a visit to the museum of photographic arts.

Anyway. These three images are far from perfect, but somehow, I like looking at them together like this. I guess they just want to be together. :)

PS: you may notice that I’m posting more of these “things” here again, when I said a while ago that I would post them on my WordPress.com blog instead. But guess what, I changed my mind a little bit again :) – or rather, I got a clearer picture (for now, anyway…) of what I want to post where. Namely, photos that show my vision, and the subjects and scenes that fascinate me. The other blog was always more of a personal thing, with posts that were more about photography and it’s daily pitfalls (and such), illustrated with some pictures. And I figured I should keep it like that, because I want to occasionally write about that stuff. It’s good to find out what belongs where, and see some light. :)

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