I believe in the power of the imagination to remake the world, to release the truth within us, to hold back the night, to transcend death, to charm motorways, to ingratiate ourselves with birds, to enlist the confidences of madmen. (J.G. Ballard)
Every month, a group of photographers from Clickin Moms get together and post photos on a similar theme. We link to the next person in line, so that visitors can follow our circle from one photographer right onto the next.
Our theme for October was “spooky.” I’m using an old mobile photo that I’m particularly fond of.
The next person in our circle is Jennifer Carr – I hope you’ll visit her blog, too!
I’m a huge fan of the VSCO Cam app. If I’m not shooting with my Canon dSLR, I’m shooting with my iPhone, and editing in #VSCOcam.
I adore black and white photography. It just creates a deep-in-the-gut visceral reaction for me – there’s just something so right about a good black and white photo. There are times that color just works in a way that black and white cannot, but in any side-by-side comparison, I’m almost always going to choose the black and white.
As seen here, I think this even applies to flowers. Strip away the color, and you’re left with something more, not less, than before – the very heart and soul of the flower, without color to distract.