While I was tweaking this photograph, I could not align all the visual elements in a way pleasing to my eye. I elected to use the painted arrow as the true reference and let the visual ‘chips’ fall where they may.
This is another in my ‘Parking Lot Arrow Series’. (See Night Arrow, Ship Silhouette, Mask, Half-Eroded Arrow or, Parking Lot Ultrasound, Ambiguous Arrow, Lucky 7 Parking Lot Arrow, Brand New Arrow in Shadow.) I don’t like to set up scenes so I incorporate them into my shots as they are found. The incidental leaf from […]
Opportunities for photographs are sometimes bunched together. Yesterday’s brand new-looking parking lot arrow was just a few steps from this one – an arrow that can depict motion, if looked at in a certain way. (Here are some other parking lot arrow photos: Ambiguous Arrow, Lucky 7 Parking Lot Arrow, Half-Eroded Arrow or, Parking Lot […]
Flatland has a hereafter. The aged arrow, ghostly in appearance, is destine for dimensions that are unknown and unknowable in Flatland.
This looks like a white-bordered, yellow, cracked arrow, which it is, in Flatland. However, in the world of three dimensions, it is a speed bump. Somehow, Flatland space became warped, and the yellow rectangle cracked at the strain.
A different edit of yesterday’s subject reveals an arrow pointing in a different direction. The triangle gets an assist from a gentle curve.