As much as I love nature, nature photography isn’t really the first category I go to. Having said that, Nature is all I can photograph most of the time. When submitting to that fact and also the fact that my style relies on texture, It was easy to mix those two and produce photos of nature that I can call mine.
“The plane of thoughts is a haunting place. In my mind, thoughts are so close yet so distant. They are mine and they are not. They roam in an empty space ruled by a texture of chaos.
That is where I’ve always been, a home of thoughts.”
A Home for Thoughts is a coincidental creation but also I believe that my preferences in photography or any other field are heavily influenced by something deeper than what I consciously aim to achieve.
Most of the time I take photos randomly. I rarely prepare for a photograph. When I’m taking photos, I simply trust that somehow I’m being guided. While I’m processing my photos, I dive into them and let them tell me what they’re about. Sometimes, I even discover bits about myself that I didn’t notice before.
In this series, the photographs are so simple yet to me they mean more than what’s within the frame. They’re a story of how I live and a manifestation of my philosophy. For me it is a home of thoughts; to you, it is a home for thoughts, hoping that you will see beyond its apparent simplicity and project your own thoughts and ideas into that empty space.
Take it one step at a time and you might find that the little random things you encounter could be interesting to explore.
States of Mind: Imprisoned Light