I was discussing fine art images with one of my photographer friends recently, and it got me thinking about photos I've taken in the past that were just kind of spur-of-the-moment, not-even-thinking-about-it abstracts. These were images I shot because something in the viewfinder looked interesting in an abstract way. I finally took a little time this weekend to find some of these shots and process them. This one is from a rock formation near Blackwater Falls State Park in West Virginia. I was immediately attracted to the waves and lines of the different rock layers.