The last place anyone expects to find beauty is their garage floor, but that is exactly where I found the subject of today’s post. In a previous post, Cameras Don’t Matter, I explained how the greatest tool in a photographer’s arsenal is the art of seeing – the ability to find the extraordinary in the ordinary. Today’s post is a perfect example of that.
LEARNING TO SEE
Those of us who live where winter pays an annual visit are all too familiar with the salts and chemicals that are sprayed on the roads to melt the accumulating ice. Although these precautions are necessary to keep our roads safe, the end result is ours cars, streets and garage floors take a beating as the snow melts leaving behind a crusty white residue. Is all of this a nuisance? Absolutely. Is it ugly? Well, that depends on how you see it… Continue reading