Archives For Photos
(i’m tore down…)
(tides of thought wash over me)
Out of order?
(not if you ask me)
It is always interesting to see what sort of messages a different culture sends out, even one so seemingly similar. Here are a few highlights from a trip to London a few weeks ago:
BTW, I didn’t take that shot, I was just there for the photoshoot – Tim Ryan, a former colleague shot it
At least, not on the side projects I’d like to be working on….
People keep asking me if I miss it…
For as long as I can remember, Spring has been a season of wet and saturated color to me – opposing polarities – warm and cold, decay and growth – struggling to balance out…
Last week there was an absolutely spectacular thunderstorm.. I couldn’t help but take a few photos, some of which I’ve already shared in previous posts..
In reviewing this photo and the others from the storm, I couldn’t help but think of an old series of posters I produced in Grad School. I never officially titled the series, but it was a series of four A0 sized posters (in the ISO 216 sizing scheme) that addressed my seasonally affected perception of color and emotion. It was difficult not to notice a vague similarity in color palette between the above photo, and the poster for Spring:
Thunderstorms seemed to clear my head.. for a few hours at least
I’ve been feeling pretty muzzy today from the haze of a cold.. so I found myself wanting to experiment with hazy minimalism – how much is too little to communicate? How much light do I need to capture the feeling of the fleeting moment?
Several more from last month’s trip:
From my Santa Fe trip last month:
The last month has felt like six…
This is what I was up to tonight…
How about you, dear readers? What did you do this evening?