I photographed this flower composition in the SF MoMA. I already mentioned on the blog his awesome exhibition which happened to be there right at the time we were visiting, “Bouquets of art”. This tall composition with grass extending from the main body just made me think- how would it look as a swirling abstract of color? It wasn’t hard to achieve, with not much light in that corner anyway. Lowering the ISO was by itself sufficient to slow the shutter speed. The rotating movement of the camera did the rest. And although not all the tries were successful, this one gets featured on the blog. I am sure you can recognize enough detail to make out the red tulip in the middle of the composition. And the energy of the composition is preserved by the panning on the static object.