Monthly Archives: February 2015

Tapestry

Where: Toronto, Canada

 

 

 

Mirrrrroed

 

Just walking through a Toronto neighborhood vs the usual sights on Yonge St.

 

 

I was in a mood for color but all I saw were the neutral tones of the brick apartment buildings.

 

 

By finding the apparent focus of reflecting color on the glass of a bus stop, I made the color more abstract and a bit more interesting.

 

 

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Stylish Walking

Where: Vancouver, British Columbia

 

 

Walker

 

After a meeting with London Drugs I was lucky enough to have beautiful Sweetlight.

 

 

Knowing the directional light that was providing great dimensionality would soon evaporate, I looked within in a block of where I was for something interesting and found 4 mannequins in a shop window.

 

 

The light made the mannequins glow as if carefully lit in a studio but 4 is an awkward number of elements.

 

 

It was a busy street so I didn’t have to wait long for a fifth element to make a more pleasing design.

 

 

 

 

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Interupted Pattern

Where: Fairport, NY

 

 

Congruity

 

 

When I saw these two twins wearing the same outfit, I knew there had to be a shot somewhere.

 

 

When one of the twins kicked off his shoe, that interrupted the symmetry for a more interesting picture.

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Eerie

Where: 30,000 Feet Over Somewhere

 

 

 

Eary

 

Sometimes the most common and mundane makes for simple elegant images.

 

 

From one row behind, the middle seat ahead of me reclined.

 

 

It revealed a nicely lit ear whose shape reminded me of the center of a flower with the seat backs acting as the outer leaves.

 

 

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