In my previous post I commented on how I was unsure how to title this next one. I guess the main things I take away from these photos are the properties of paint and the unique textures they provide.
Perry has a number of murals, or what remains of murals, painted on the side of many buildings. Can you tell what is painted here?
My sister giggled as I got up close and personal with this next mural:
This was on the same wall as the Laundromat sign from Perry Part 2:
Before this I had never used chipping paint as a focus of my photography. However, I have to say I quite liked it, and will probably try it again!
Please also see:
Perry Part 1: Storytime
Perry Part 2: Signs
Thanks for reading,
Over the March Break– I know, A LONG time ago– I was stuck at home. I was unable to walk, and being only thirty years old my diagnosis (which I am embarrassed to admit) puzzled myself, family, and the doctors! I had to keep my feet up for 4 days straight; doctor’s orders. I decided to work on a puzzle that had been in our closet for years!
After I finished the puzzle I was inspired to take some photographs:
I was trying to capture the texture of the puzzle pieces along with various pieces of text.
The puzzle was 5000 pieces and took many many hours to complete! However, I am happy to say I am pleased with the photographs.