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On Friday I went to Shape of Light, 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art at the Tate Modern. Lots of my old favourites were there – Brassai, Man Ray, Bill Brandt, Imogen Cunningham – plus many new finds; I’d really recommend it!
I decided to play around with my camera to try and get an abstract shot for today, but in the end I liked this one the best. Not really abstract but I like the simplicity and symmetry.

Sinful Sunday


  1. Complete distracted breast man klaxon!
    Love this shot. 🙂

  2. This is a really pleasing image. I love the simplicity.

  3. That detail is exquisite. Beautiful tones too, really subtle.

  4. There is something perfect about this. A very appealing image. ?

  5. This is stunning, and of course I am very curious to know just how you have done this shot 😉
    Rebel xox

  6. Very clever . . . and certainly worthy of being hung in The Tate !!!
    Xxx – K

  7. Posy Churchgate

    May 13, 2018 at 8:48 pm

    This is classy, I love the balance and the symetry. Lovely breast shape too!

  8. I love the angle of this shot – and I love how pale your skin is and how you nearly blend in with the backround x

  9. The different black and white tones in this shot are fabulous!

  10. Whilst maybe not truly abstract it definitely had a minimalist quality to it that I love and I could totally see it hanging on a wall in an art gallery somewhere

  11. It definitely looks like an old tintype photo to me also. Lovely

  12. Not quite abstract, but very clever and the small pieces of color and shadow really draw the eye – it’s a lovely piece.

  13. I love this, simple and yet beautiful.

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