Another in the Close-Up Photography series.
I’ve always appreciated how wood looks, the grooves and flows, just all of the tiny details. Any little part can have great character; hopefully, I captured some of that here.
I wanted to dabble in a style called Close-Up Photography. It is very hard for me to keep the image clear/sharp due to the fact that my hands are actually quite shaky. I really do like this style; I just need a little more practice!
To capture the feeling: “Don’t touch anything; don’t clean anything! I know exactly where everything is!”
Images made from photoreactive paper and a lidded bucket.
During a trip to Seattle, I noticed many stacks of these rocks everywhere. Children, teenagers, the elderly, everyone was making these towers. It was a tradition. This photo is just an example of what I was seeing. I particularly love the square rock sitting on its point near the center of this photo.