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.
States of Mind: Purification
When the baggage in my head becomes unbearably heavy I take a lonely walk and pretend it’s a dream where nothing else exists except me and raging Mesteerean winds and waters.
I spent some time yesterday looking up those weekly challenges specified per day. I thought they’d help me keep posting on a daily basis.
So today is Monochrome Monday.
By default, I post a lot of black & white so I won’t do that during Mondays anymore since monochrome doesn’t necessarily mean B&W, I can keep a single color. Although I’m not a fan of the idea but for the sake of mixing things up, that is what I’ll do.
So WordPress has notified me that I’ve been here for a year.
It didn’t feel like it though. The reason is I’m not contantly active. So far, I haven’t made friends or got myself a big following but I’m pleased to say that I have crossed off a goal from my list of things to achieve by writing a blog. I am now more comfortable in sharing. I may not be where I want to be but It’s definitely a start.
So I guess I’m not leaving wordpress any time soon.
Currently, I have a 106 followers and I want to thank them all. I can’t believe anyone would want to read my depressing poetry or take the time to read my personal rantings but you guys did so thanks!
Recently, I’ve been putting everything I have into photography and I hope you’re enjoying my photos. I’m planning on posting at least a photo everyday through my second wordpress year. I aim to continue my current focus on unconventional photography and also a bit of the nature/landscape stereotypes.
I’ll start with this photo that reflects my state of mind lately which unfortunately is more chaotic than it is stable.
Taking photos while going through my boring daily life is the only thing that makes it a bit interesting.
This is a new black and white collection with a softer feel to it than Ingrained in the Night and maybe more optimistic.
I didn’t care much about what subject to shoot. I simply avoided all the things I’ve already photographed before and focused more on composition and structure in most of the photos. The end result gave me an idea for a new photography venture (new for me, of course. I’m simply trying to find my own style by doing everything that’s been done first.)
Anyway, I hope you find these photos interesting and enjoy them. Taken yesterday in my family’s holiday house.
the next ones are a mix of the usual and the new. also, i didn’t forget to convert the colored one to black and white. I kept the color because it has value in this case, at least in my eyes.