I had to return to my Italy pictures, as travelling always rejuvenates one's creative juices, and I still haven't really absorbed all my pictures yet. So many new subjects to photograph - but no need to desert what I already take photos of. (I wonder how many projects started in Italy will follow me home)
This photo has a foreground- the flowers, a middleground -the exposed cliffs and background - the sea. Probably a mile down yet photo looks like it could be ten feet! The problems with the 2D nature of photography. The one below I think works better- probably because we know what size houses should be.
I started taking photos of laundry hanging out to dry while in Croatia - I like incongruities and I felt that it somehow didn't belong hanging within the castled walls of Dubrovnik - but to you need sufficient photos of one subject to make it worthy of presentation. I was looking at a very nice retrospective book of Guy Martin Ravel's photos but felt it was weakened by a set of people carrying things which had a number of good images but needed a lot of filler to legitimize a section in the book.
Two different types of imitation - the first is from the hash tag in instagram #fromwhereIstand that I saw first from Kayveeinc and having always taken pictures of my feet thought this would be a good series in Italy with all the marble. The other was different in that I saw the photo and liked it and only realized after that this is what greenkozi does a lot of.