Posts Tagged ‘contradiction’
It really has been a busy few weeks. I’m not even sure if I have managed to accomplish anything besides mismanaged multitasking. Och, well. Despite this, I am still trying to click away with the camera. I think my photography skills are improving, or should that be my photo SHOP skills?! Since amateur is the key word in my photographic title, it isn’t too much of a heartbreak if I can’t quite get that expert shot. Today’s photographs are ones that I find interesting, not necessarily because of the skill and quality, but because of the grit or contradiction they represent. Feel free to comment on the photos below and let me know how much of my BS you buy.
It is always fun to find two things that contradict each other and make them be together. It is like forcing the eye to accept differences. It is my belief that if the world had less contradictions it would be more tolerant. Artistically, this is my favorite concept. Therefore, put the things that don’t belong until they match.
This was taken through an old window, frosted with age, out at the Farm. It gives the photo a timeless quality. I like how the light plays off the faucet and dripping water. I get a sense of sadness or loneliness viewed from the outside.