These are probably the last photos I took with a clear vision.
I found myself at the rooftop of the building at 5 in the morning. From there, I took a photo of the Mosque’s rooftop.
I took a walk into the empty town streets afterwards. I chose to be extra strange with my photos today but they turned out not stranger than my usual shots after all.
My mind was foggy. I really didn’t know why I was out at that time with a camera. All I knew for sure was I couldn’t sleep.
A set of lines across those frames don’t really express how confused I was this morning. Maybe the water puddles in the rooftop do but still. The rest feel paradoxically neat and broken.
Perhaps, this one photo might have the right idea
I was out for about only 20 minutes, I think. It felt longer and most importantly, It felt tedious! I think I didn’t want to be out but also couldn’t stand being home. I guess this is why this photo represented home to me this morning.
This first photo is a re-post but I really like it and it fits the theme.
Now these ones are new.
Take it one step at a time and you might find that the little random things you encounter could be interesting to explore.
Part of a small collection of random subjects at my brother-in-law’s house.
Camera: Olympus OM-10 | Film: Tri-X 400
I took a walk in town with my camera two days ago, took a lot of shots. I spent yesterday processing most of them and now I’m ready to post them.
For this first collection, I picked all the photos that include any kind of texture in them.
I enjoy taking pictures of tree trunks. I love that no matter how many times I take pictures of the same tree, the texture almost always looks different within the frame.
These photos show one side of the same tree trunk. you can already see that; they’re not that different; but they are different in the way the texture conjures images in my head. I find that very interesting and enjoyable.
So I hope you liked the high-contrast textures. I’m not very into it but I never shy away from any subject that has photographic potential.
Next part will be Green & Blue.