Nawfal Nur Tree Photography

PENANG TREES – A New eFolio by Nawfal Johnson Nur

I just completed and published a new eFolio collection of Abstract Expressionism Photography.

All the abstract images, originally, were photographs of trees I discovered along Anson Road in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.  Some of the images from this eFolio are below – Thanks for your Visit!

The bit.ly link is this:  http://bit.ly/LZrbEc

 

PENANG TREES, Abstract Trees, v1, Edit C-folio

PENANG TREES, Abstract Trees, v2, Edit B-folio

PENANG TREES, Abstract Trees, v3, Edit B-folio

PENANG TREES, Abstract Trees, v4, Edit D-folio

PENANG TREES, Abstract Trees, v5, Edit B-folio

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A Few Series I’m Working On!

A Few Fine Art Series in the Works!

Ethereal“, “ONE Glass” and “Penang Trees” are fine art photography series, which I have been paying particular attention to over the past several weeks.

Click on the photograph (above), and the link will take you to the Artist Statements for these three series. I thought I would provide a little more information behind the works. If you are interested, please have a look.

Thank You!

 

Penang Trees

Penang Trees, originally uploaded by fine-grain.

The “Penang Trees” Photography Series, 2007, is a Black & White, Infrared Images collection, featuring, of course, Penang Trees.

These images show many amazing details that I’ve discovered just by looking upward into the trees of Penang.

Details is what this Series is about.  I’m attempting to illustrate with these images, what I see when looking up into the trees of Penang.

Typically we spend most of the time looking out in front of us; and, I suppose forward looking is a wise thing to do, otherwise, we would be tripping and falling a lot of the time.

By the way:  This reminds me of one of a favorite quotes that Brooks Jensen says quite often:  “Even those people who fall flat on their faces, are still moving forward!”  Very wise advice!

Nevertheless, one day, I stopped and decided to take a more serious look at the lines, the angles, the contrast and patterns the trees made, and this took my focus away from what was in front of me, and moved my focus up into the great heights of the tropical trees of Penang.

I hope you enjoy this collage. This is an on-going project, so, I will be high-lighting more tree photographs…soon.