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Beaufort Water Abstract 248

Debbie Lucas


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While walking along the waterfront in Beaufort, North Carolina I noticed reflections in the water from the trampoline netting of a catamaran. The reflections continually changed due to the movement of the water creating beautiful abstract images. This is one of a series of images taken over the course of a few seconds.

30"H × 45"W × 0.1"D
This limited edition image is available as an acrylic print with a float mount hanger. The image is printed on archival Moab Slick Rock Metallic Photo paper and sandwiched between two sheets of 1/8” clear acrylic. This 20x30" image is also available as a limited edition of 50 each on fine art paper and an aluminum print. In addition, open edition prints are available in a variety of sizes per the client’s request. For information on the different surfaces, sizes and prices, contact Note: this is a PRINT ON DEMAND product – allow up to two weeks processing time in addition to shipping time.


I am happiest when I am traveling, exploring new places, meeting people, and creating memories. Photography is an essential part of the experience – ask anyone who knows me. As a nature and abstract photographer, I am constantly inspired by the world around me. Whether it's the intricate patterns of a leaf, the movement of water, or the ethereal quality of a sunset, I strive to capture the beauty and wonder of the natural world in my work. My photographs are meant to transport viewers to a different place, inviting them to see the world in a new light. I am always seeking out new and creative ways to interpret the world through my lens, and I hope that my work will inspire others to appreciate the beauty that surrounds us every day. My technique and joy is to capture the stark and finite beauty of the departing moment, when the ordinary becomes the extraordinary, when the real appears unreal.

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