This image was taken at the end of the driveway on my 10 acre property overlooking the adjacent farm. The horizon is a constant source of change and dare I say it…inspirational. What’s more, the cloudscapes are magical.
Other submissions to this weekly challenge can be seen here http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/weekly-photo-challenge-horizon/
This is a collection of architecture photos which are stark and lifeless…which is pretty much what architecture communicates in the cityscape. These photos were taken in Geelong and Melbourne, (Victoria, Australia) and represent the bland and alienating nature of modern architecture in the urban landscape…when its done on the cheap!!!.
Here are a few artistic interpretations of architecture and shapes against the sky or transport. Previous posts have been about the transience of travel, while these images are more about the solidity of ground and being anchored to place. They also offer another dimension with regard to the juxtaposition of shapes in the urban environment.
Hope you like these shots of clouds, they form the beginning of a cloudscape project that I’m undertaking throughout 2012.
Considering that the vast majority of what I take photos of consist of ‘looking up’ here is my latest visual rendezvous of having my head in the clouds.