There’s something magical about taking your kids to a carnival.
I initially took this photo of a Ferris wheel over the summer. For the longest time, I couldn’t decide what to do with it.
One day last week, I woke up and I suddenly knew exactly how I wanted this picture to look. I think the “grunge-like” texture (thanks to the Stackables app) really works here and adds an abstract element to the shot.
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In the summer of 2014, I went through an “abstract” period. Adding geometric shapes often brings out a whole different dimension within an image.
These photos of an apple orchard here in Maryland were prime canvases for a bit of abstraction.
The final results came out even better than I had hoped.
Once again, an object with order and symmetry now exists in an environment that has none.
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There’s something about barren trees in the winter time that’s almost mystical.
As soon as I spotted this tree, I knew exactly what I wanted the final image to look like.
The triangle adds perfect symmetry to a living thing that is much too complex to be symmetrical, even though it appears that way from a distance.
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