awkward chair in light

the chair is now highlighted by my cameras flash so reviling intimate details that one would obviously fail to notice in darkness . the dark fabric covering the under belly of the chair . the green bread clip towards the southern area of the picture . the corners no longer in the dark appears to have lost the mystique of the colour black . black is a colour that induces imagination to be more precise darkness . however light takes away the creativity (or lack of creativity ) by stating bare , bland facts .

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awkward chair in natural light

the sun has started setting early day by day in new Zealand as winter approaches . the times are soon to change . day light saving I have never heard of the concept nor understood it . any useful hints as to how it functions and actually serve a purpose email me . but this chair highlighted in natural light appears quite dark . the darkness fills in the corners of the photograph and the slightest hints of actual light are in the polish of the chair’s wooden frame . the fact that I only used one chair is to symbolise the actual loneliness of a person (being ) the chair looks like a figure with its back turned against the world (or me as a photographer . in my opinion the chair symbolises the curled up lonely figure in our human frame work . when we are not understood it isolates us . when we are ignored it diminishes a part of our being . optimism will be the next frontier of the chair figure as I shall demonstrate in the next photograph .

awkward green towel next to door

to those following this blog you will have noticed that I have hardly posted anything for a month and I do apologize I have up and down dealing with school . luckily the Easter holidays are up and coming so I will have time to start up a new theme and quirky photography skills . basically awkward is my new enterprise I hope you like the collection which will be posted as soon as possible . hope everyone has a good Easter and hope you will fall in love with my photography skills