Blue Equilibrium copy

Marisa D. Aceves. Blue Equilibrium. digital photography

To check out more of my photographs and paintings please visit acevesart.com

Small water droplets form upon the tinted, transparent surface. A rich blue-violet hue slowly fades in concentration as it travels upwards toward a semi-circular cloud of condensation. Two bold, brown and white figures sit in the upper middle of the composition, a curious clue to what lies behind the veil…

We had just finished our dinner. The object I photographed for this post sat right in front of me.  It had faithfully occupied the same space each evening of the week and yet I hadn’t considered capturing the qualities that made it unique and artistically valuable.  I like to imagine that it was patiently waiting there in plain sight for the time when I would see it from the right angle. Then resistance to it’s apparent charms would be futile.  There are 2 versions of this photograph.  In the version featured above, the color is more concentrated.  The other version, shown here, Blue Equilibrium-Dark copyis darker and the overall effect is more dramatic.  Which version do you prefer? I guess it all depends on your mood.

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