I know. This looks like a totally random gallery I threw together when drunk. There’s however a hidden idea!
All Most of these pictures have textures, patterns and structures in them, which are quite simple and straightforward and striking. That doesn’t really explain anything. So just take my word for it.
Perfectly good Tesco potatoes
I don’t even know where to begin
This is clearly a unicorn
Ok, this is just random
And this is classic!
Everything around me seems to be ugly, so I make it into an advantage. You couldn’t shoot this in civilisation. Here’s pretty much a proof that things are falling apart and everyone is dead.
Everyone has clearly died
Let’s build a street on top of a street
Dare you pass through the pass?
Something went wrong here
This house isn’t condemned
Someone actually lives behind this
My love of filters is almost as great as my lack of photo skills. I’ve just discovered a new faded-effect filter in Snapseed, the app I use for editing my seedy snaps. So now I slap the filter indiscriminately on everything. That’s how good I am.
Coffee, kittens and crap
Unwanted books looking for a new home
House of horror
Chain it or someone steals it
I have nothing nice to take pictures of. So I take pictures of not-nice. Which is nice.
Rusty and sticky
I went out and found: pretty much nothing. Apart from a few streets, a surprising number of cars and some people. I shot them all.
No subject is too low to deserve a photo. Every moment is a potential occasion for photography. That’s at least what I’m telling myself because I have no life and hence nothing to take pictures of. To prove to myself that anything goes, I did a photo shoot in Tesco.
Locally grown (marketing says)
Kids playing shop
Follow the light
The only vehicle I can drive