An inner landscape

 Posted by on June 22, 2014  Add comments
Jun 222014
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I try to make photographs that express something of who I am so that I can figure myself out and perhaps even reveal something of me to the world. I try to reveal the mood I was in at the time I made the photograph. So, what does this image say about me? My quest is to find beauty wherever I go. This image was made in a city, a place I rarely associate with beauty. As I looked through my camera and explored this little space I walked through the wardrobe into “Narnia”. The city and its busyness evaporated as and I found my private world of beauty, a place that revealed how I felt right there and then – soft on the inside and hard on the outside, private reverence of beauty while the world raced past me, oblivious. A place of revitalisation, food for the soul. My place. How lucky we are to be able to just stop, look, see, learn and recover. This is why this image is special to me.

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  3 Responses to “An inner landscape”

  1. Hi Bruce, I absolutely love this image! I haven’t been watching the photos each day while we’ve been away. We are in LA now waiting to get on the plane home (YEAH!!!) and what a great photo to start my ‘getting back into the swing of things’!
    Love it!

  2. Great image. Iarnt we lucky that photography works as an insite tool. Interesting that it’s all reflection.

  3. This image is quite amazing, Bruce. It has a three dimensional feel and is I think almost holographic as the light seems to move forward and back as I look. There is such great depth that for me it is difficult to decide what is in the foreground and what is in the background. Your thoughts and feelings are certainly very well echoed in this image. Superbly created

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