new photography concept (to me at least)

on our walk andy and i discussed a variety of things (as men spending 4 hours together are want to). along the way we discussed the works of Brian Eno and his interest in the random as part of the creative process.
and so was born this new photography technique. you take your camera and hold it directly above your head (upside down) to take a photo of what’s behind you.
here’s my first attempt. it’s the sky. mostly.
i shall try this technique in other situations.

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1 thought on “new photography concept (to me at least)”

  1. fab! the trees look like brush along a river/stream bank … and the clouds look like reflections in the –really clear– water. it really is beautiful. it makes the mind play tricks (though with my mind … that’s not difficult).
    love this one! yay, new wallpaper! thanks.

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