My image “Bliss” was one in a series of abstract photographs that I created this winter. Inspired by abstract photographer Frances Seward, the subject of my series was glass utilizing natural and artificial light, creating a reflection on the glass creating a display of an array of colors and patterns. With the use of a MACRO lens on my camera, I was able to capture sections of cups, door knobs, and windows from spectacular angles and focal points. Then laying my images of my subject through photoshop, I created additional images aimed at mimicking the work of Seward. My goal was to invoke moods based on my train of thought in the moment, creating a series of photographs that can be looked upon and interpreted however they appear to the viewer. Exercising their own train of thought and experience is aimed to prove a partial or even holistic interpretation of the piece I have selected.