This altered image taken in Rehoboth Beach still feel timeless to me, but slightly intangible when I transfigure it. Nevertheless, I transform it in an intuitive manner, though my final visual composition sometimes remains unclear to me. Digital imaging creates layers, colors, textures, dimensions, repetitions, rotations and transformations, which are different from hand-painting images. I can't visualize the final image but it always reminds me of the free-floating memory with no defined space or time in a spiral manner.
|Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, United States of America
|© Kong Ho