There’s not much to say about these photos. I experimented with some hdr water photos, some random night shots and street art. They were all shot in, or on the way to, Belfast.
December is here and 2015 is soon coming to an end. As usual I’ll show you some photos from last month for «The Changing Seasons»-challenge.
I’m working on some new portrait projects this weekend. Here’s a self-portrait/composite image that I made on Thursday.
Five Photos / Five Stories – Black & White Challenge:
This is a long exposure combined with the teeth from a skull that I photographed at a museum, plus some random this & that effects. I’m probably offline when this is posted (it’s a scheduled post), but I’ll be back after the weekend. It’s easier to focus and think creatively without electronic devices that are beeping, buzzing, desperately seeking attention and acting out like your friend did at that party when he was on a mixture of amphetamine, ecstasy & booze… (True story. You know who you are. No names mentioned).
“those who escape hell
never talk about
and nothing much
― Charles Bukowski
- Miz Rocket challenged me to a five photos / five stories black and white challenge. This has been the third out of five posts.
- These are the rules of this challenge:
1) To post a black & white photo every day for 5 days.
2) To write a story to accompany your photo for 5 days (this can be fiction or non-fiction, a page, a paragraph or a poem).
3) To nominate a different person each day.
I’m not a big fan of rules, so instead of nominating someone I commandeth thy to visit Andy’s Dark Side: andytownend.com/2015/06/11/dark-side-thursday-four/
This post is dedicated to Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee (27 May 1922 – 7 June 2015).
A train gallery for the weekly photo challenge this week.
“Blur Aviv” is a series of photographs that plays on the feeling of the fuzzy, slightly surreal and hazy reality one can experience in Tel Aviv (and elsewhere). It is a commentary on the hustle and bustle of the big cities – caught in the morning hours, while the city is still asleep or is about to come to life. “Blur Aviv” is communicating the city’s rapid motion in a still image.