I captured this image to be a companion to another ‘found art’ object I photographed a couple of weeks ago.
One of the most important parts of photography is editing. Most of the time, when something catches my eye, I take many photographs, framing each exposure differently. The most successful edits set up interesting relationships among all the visual elements.
For some reason, I really like the stray green leaf that makes up half the chevron, completed by the wide red line that separates the curb.
I like the saturated colors in this shot. It was a soft day.
I’d never come across this particular warning before… in writing.
This photo is the third in my zen series of photographs of the same red-curved corner abutting the parking lot where I work (see Deep Sea Curb and Curb at Night Lit by a Headlamp). The time change away from daylight savings has added the element of darkness to my curb photography, as I now […]
I took several shots of this nighttime curb. In yesterday’s photo I caught it just as a car’s headlight lit up its rim. The camera flash illuminated the scene below. This could be a photograph of the deep sea floor, pitch darkness except for the spotlight of the robotic camera. The otherworldly nature of this […]