After the good success of my series Urban Melodies, I am thinking about a new project of abstract urban photography. I’m trying new ideas and new solutions: the last one is maybe my favorite, that I call “Fragments”. Fragmentalism is a view that holds that the world consists of individual and independent objects. The term contends that the world is indeed composed of separable parts, and that it is chiefly knowable through the study of these component parts, rather than through wholes. I don’t know if this will be my new series, but I’m doing some tests and they satisfy me. They aren’t incredible, but I can see a potential. These are my first tests: do you have some suggests for me?
I definitely love this picture, it really made my day. Can’t stop watching this awesome image, I really like the warm colors in the middle of the composition and the cool ones on the edges. The image make me feel in a sort of strange and lucid dream, where something is happening, and it’s happening right now, but you can’t tell what. The photographer is the turkish artist Merve Erdem. Well done!
reflection (noun) 1. the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it. Editor’s Note: “Defined” is an occasional series exploring the definitions of words via photography.–By Leanne Burden Seidel.
I’ve founded on The Big Picture this interesting gallery about reflections, a theme always awesome for pictures and, particularly, for street photography. As always, all the images belong to their rightful owners.