I’ve recently discovered a fascination with photographing abstract patterns, particularly using the Mamiya 645 film camera. It’s photography’s version of the Slow Food Movement for me! These were shot on Fuji Provia 400 colour reversal film.
As promised, here is a fairly large selection of abstract patterns of ice formations on the Fox Glacier, West Coast, New Zealand. As I mentioned in the previous post, I did get a little obsessed with photographing patterns in the ice. They only come in pastel shades of blue and white, with the odd smudge of black and grey. Cheers!