22nd Apr 2008
These are some photos I found when looking at shapes, and the use of blank space.
I love that I can’t tell water from sky, or if there’s a horizon line at all, but the orientation is still perfectly clear.
The absence of color makes the shape of the doorway compelling — what if the lighting were reversed?
The shadows are more interesting than the trees themselves, and the way they cut the gold on the ground into abstract shapes.
This is a manipulated photo to blur the image purposely. I like that the shape is somewhat vague, and yet you still know exactly what it is.