Photography: Bare

Walls and windows fascinate me. I spend a good amount of time studying windows: looking at them, inside them, through them. I examine ceilings, the crevices and angles in walls, the texture of still lives and things alive, the shadows on surfaces, the geometric silhouette of nature and man-made things. Shapes, textures, light, shadows, contrast. In a renewed effort to be more present I am not only paying more attention to these things but trying to feel them: their use, their current and past positions in my memory; in comfort or discomfort, pleasure or pain. Photography is storytelling. What one frames is one's narrative. I am hoping to narrate these interests by capturing them in frames. 

Bare is an awareness of space, silence, time, solitude, and thought.


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