It’s gratifying to take pictures that resemble a specific work or are based on a particular school or style of art.
This patch of snow-dusted leaves, on a cold windy morning, calls to mind a ‘drip art’ painting by Jackson Pollock from around 1949.
If one asserts, by this comparison, that the frosted pattern-in-nature qualifies as fine art, would that be a legitimate or fallacious example of the argument called ‘Ad Verecundiam’.
© d101226-009 Leaves with Snow
Stone Mountain Park
DeKalb County, Georgia
Sunday 26 December 2010