In the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, a massive exhibit made entirely of plastic pollution fished from the Pacific is on display called “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea”.
The contrail made a mark straightly up to the orange sky. It looks like a dramatic brush painting.
When I feel like to do something creative with my photos, I go to the Topaz Studio for help:
Panning is a cool way to create an abstract paining. If I practice it over and over, I have a chance to get an abstract-like shot.
When ask “what is creativity” at the Nature History Museum, here are some of the responses showing on the white board:
Through this video, visitors can learn how Angela H. Pozzi created the Washed Ashore sculpture. Her sculpture sends out a message– ocean’s deadliest predator is trash. If we try to reduce using plastic products and find alternatives creatively, we can make a difference.