I need to stop using kitchen utensils to create weird other-worldly images. I don’t even know if this classifies as other-worldly but I was thinking of some kind of glacier slope or shimmering icy portal in the depths of my kitchen sink. Believable? Well I guess that’s up to you.
It’s all a matter of perspective, and photography completely changes that.
How big is the lamp, where is it reflecting, which one is the real lamp, are they both real? So that magic of photography is also like the magic of the genie’s lamp.
Some flowers started off just as thorny, useless weeds. This is quite reassuring.
This isn’t a seascape at all but it is a spiderweb. And thanks to the dreamy bokeh it doesn’t matter if its in my backyard or somehow in a magical sea world. Either way something as delicate and thin as a spider’s web looks like something out of a fantasy.
I’m assuming I just made up the world web bubble because i’ve never heard it before. And if it does exist i’m guessing it looks like what is below. Really, its a photo of…nothing important. Utterly insignificant. Except the funny thing about taking a photo of something is that it suddenly gains incredible significance.