Thinking outside the box. That is something we hear quite often.
It is a bit unsettling, when in the back corner of an old, hot, dark , and dusty attic, you find a locked door, complete with skeleton key,
“The past is an old armchair in the attic, the present an ominous ticking sound, and the future is anybody’s guess.”
For the artist, the world is limitless. It can be found in the home, on the street outside, in the city surrounding us, in the countryside, and over the far horizon.
Today was all about family. It was an absolutely beautiful spring day with temps in the mid-70s and plenty of sunshine.
“I’m always astonished by a forest. It makes me realise that the fantasy of nature is much larger than my own fantasy. I still have things to learn.”
A dual street light, lighting the way to…who knows?
Sometimes I don’t have to go very far to find some really interesting subject matter to shoot.
Looking at my son’s wooden toy blocks and specifically the wooden columns, got me to thinking about the pillars of design for photography.