Tuesday Textures

T1 Morning lines
Morning Lines – Pedestrian Bridge Morning
T2 Blue Black (Large)
Blue Black – grill and shadows
T3 Smoking bean (Large)
Prohibited death of a bean
T4 Oranges (Large)
Oranges
T5 Primative instruction (Large)
Prehistoric bicyle
T6 Urban tracks (Large)
Urban tracks
T8 2 plus 1 equals three (Large)
Two plus one equals?
T7 The End (Large)
The End

This is a series of images I took walking to work today. I am becoming more and more interested in how light affects the look of mundane items and how the graphic qualities of function items have interest in themselves.

I would love to know what others think of these. Are they interesting? Are they boring? Do they have an appeal? Why?

 

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9 Comments

    1. Thanks so much! I am going to keep developing this side of photography as I enjoy finding these little oddities. Best wishes and thanks for the feedback. TJ

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  1. I find them splendidly interesting. My aesthetics in photography leans heavy toward the mundane, with finding the “beauty” or the “resonating element” in the textures, lines and shades of color, both in the blending and the contrasting. The first two photos is a great examples of this. In “Two Plus One Equals?” there is a symmetry of color and pattern, but also of mystery – what is it? does it matter? with an intriguing title i might add.

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    1. Thanks so much for this and I really appreciate your sense of aesthetics. We create so much that is not “art”, but can transform through light and shadow into the semblance of art. I am beginning to understand joy of discovering items that sit on this cusp and capturing the moment. The hunt is on!

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