White Fence

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 25 2012

Category: architecture

2 Comments

Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:32mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/59 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Sideview

More walks, sidewalks, street walks, walk walks, etc. Through neighborhoods, towers of glass coated steel, riversides, dining rooms, etc.

Continuing on with these glimpses of … or rather glimmers of suspicion that I’ve already written whatever I was about to write with regards to whatever exists between residential structures. Of having written while all tired lately and hastily just cranking it out and going promptly to sleep.

Cut short again at two paragraphs. Such it is.

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2 comments on “White Fence”

  1. You make the mundane fascinating. I can’t help clicking on all the email alerts I get from your blog – even when I have no time for distractions… all these shots of “between houses” – what could be more “not right now”on my to-do list, and still I have to look. It made me think of Ikebana the other day. In Japanese flower arranging it is not really about the flower, it is about the empty space defined by the shape of the flowers – something Westerners have a hard time learning as they are more focused on “the thing” rather than the empty space between things. It’s wonderful to see the world through your eyes – thank you for the photos every day.

    • Mayke – thanks so much for your kind words. Indeed it’s not about the things themselves usually, and not only about the space around the things. It’s the combination of the two, all contained with a flattened rectangle on our screens. Cheers.


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