It would be pretentious if all of my photos were drawovers or were symbolic of mythology, Anon.
Punctuating my art with glimpses of what draws the eye is the point of the process, not selling the idea that I only produce finished stand-alone concepts. That's a weird art world affect, not something practicing artists engage in.
Besides, I often stomp a short little dance after a good photo shows itself to me. >>3987820
yes, but both photos taken from the same spot. One looking at the tree, the other looking at the ground beneath me (the tile was actually there in other words)
The theme song to Twin Peaks was also playing and I was actively hallucinating my own reality, as we tend to do.>>3987824
which ones are mundane and devoid of meaning, do you imagine? >>3987523
This isn't mundane. It's an abstract cowboy hat.>>3987525
This isn't mundane. It's family craft.>>3987526
This isn't mundane. It's vernacular arcitecture practiced by my family and you can read a bit into our class from it.>>3987541
This is a lightbulb you shouldn't hang out under.>>3987545
is ironically the future page-partner to >>3987567>>3987741>>3987773
warped silhouette shadows
Hate to say it, but there's a lot of buried ledes that aren't intended for either influenced-sneeding zoomers nor formerly hip millenials who want to have sex in Iceland.