. A traffic cone, some heavy cement covers for the street drainage system, a lone leaf, and graffiti on a corner mailbox were the building blocks for this image. Pilon the Graffiti I couldn’t help a little play on words. #buildingblocks #trafficcone #graffiti #cover #CWWOL20111205 #leaf
A camera gives you new eyes. An ordinary scene becomes extraordinary, full of nuances your old eyes, clouded by banality, might pass right over. Leaf on the table Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.
……..~ Cecil Beaton #camera #clouded #CWWOL20110912 #passedover #eyes #leaf #neweyes #banality #table
My husband Ted (remember the man who doesn’t call himself an artist?) surprised me today. He really shouldn’t, not because it is wrong of him to surprise me, but because he does creative things constantly. Maybe it is something like the startle reflex, which I can’t seem to prevent from happening. The surprise reflex is a great thing to keep experiencing, however. Life is some kinda wonderful when you have people like Ted in your life. I thought he was just cleaning the garag