These may not always be pictures other people understand. A nice landscape or a good portrait makes sense to most, but today I thought I'd show you a peek into my weird photo documentation mind. Here are some things I encountered in the last months that were just fascinating to me.
|The bark of a tree.|
|Remnants of my morning apple all lined up.|
|The way these bike racks are arranged.|
|Patterns left by different tires in the snow.|
|The way tree branches look against a blue sky.|
|This amazing reflection.|
|How these pieces of ice creep all over each other.|
|How menacing these buildings look.|
|Stuff around a beach pole.|
|The shadow of a tree.|
|Marks people leave in the oddest places.|
|How these long shells line up.|
|How sand and water can form an abstract sculpture.|
|What you find on an outdoor bench.|
I could go on forever, but you get the idea. I see things, I see things everywhere! Sometimes when I go out and about I deliberately do NOT take a camera just so I won't be overwhelmed by all the pictures that want to be taken. Does this make any sense?
Don't get me wrong: I love how my mind works and sees interesting stuff everywhere, I would hate to lose the ability to be fascinated by the most ordinary things. I just wonder sometimes how my brain is wired you know and what it all means. And how many photographs does a person really need? How about you blogsy people: do you ever get a kind of image overload when you start paying attention to the world around you?
I might be heading that way the coming week, because as of today I have nine days off work! A little vacation for me, myself and I. I look forward to roaming around the island and when I roam around I always see lots of things! ;-)
Wishing you all a wonderful and artsy weekend!