Abstracts Photos, like any information, may not always appear real. And illusory images may seem real, authentic. The light suggests, imagination intervenes, and the camera is ruthlessly realistic. SPIDEY’S WORLD Macro view of a spider’s web in dense foliage. Early morning dew reveals a spectrum in sunlight. PARKING GARAGEConcrete buttresses under the Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janiero VIE CAVE If patient enough, ghosts appear in time exposure. KUSAMA SPRING Spring blossoms in unexpected light snowfall; flash photography. Named after the artist whose works with points of lights and mirrors were on display in nearby Hirschorn Museum, Washington, DC. They warn about dancing too close together, so it is hard to resist composing a number of separate images. MEMORY POOLWorld Trade Center, New York LONELY GNARLY MAN The trunk of a thornbush tree near the Atlantic Ocean suggests a….. DREAMING SKYSCRAPER If a Skyscraper could dream, it might see itself as the tallest, the celebrated, the elevated, the World Trade Center. In this photo an actual reflection of the WTC appears on the skin of the dreaming skyscraper, and for that moment the skyscraper wasn’t just dreaming. MOMEMTARY SCRIPTTime exposure of the bottom of a waterfall reveals tracery of delicate lines created in a fraction of a second. CAR WASH Passengers can still stay in car while the vehicle passes through the carwash. Everchanging arrays of light, brushes and soapy water on windows are captured in multiple images and composited.