Fine Art: Ambiguous Subjects

Challenge #3 in the Fine Art series. Hosted by jambalawa.
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Lets see your beautiful art images where the subject is pretty much indeterminable. Let the viewer be only concerned with the image itself and not what it represents. One definition of Fine Art is "art for art's sake". This series is targetted at attracting images that are beautiful not so much because of the subject, but the image itself. The technology behind the image might have little bearing on the result. So whether you are using a pin-hole camera or the latest manufacturers flagship - its all equal here! We are looking for beautiful compositions and plays of light and shapes.
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Forms & Reflects In Nine
Snow Dunes
IMGP0807-2
gravitation
FScape1
Water buffalo whorl
Artificial moon.
Superfine Arts Nature
Landscape
blue///shift
Black and Blue
Rusty Cubism
Dyeing
resonance
Sand-Art
Color of light
Enamelled Plate in Sunset
Grafiti
Tiger Blue
shadows
abstract II
FScape2
Chaos...
Frost Botanical
CM20130421114020
Patterns In My Brook
Bumper scratch
IMG_8053i
Winter reflection
AP-Red_Circles-Mar07-07-IMGP0990
Water Drop
Window
spangle
little planet
net flower
My Drink
20140406-_B3A5473
AP-Abstract-Dec09-08-IMGP9187
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