Although there are two very different subjects in this composition, one soft, the other hard, the hard is softened by the reflection of the sky and clouds. This also serves to add texture to the hardness of the human created structure, the texture being captured and constrained by the edges of the building.
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The is Garrett, age 57. I photographed him on the streets of New York. When asked what one piece of advice you would give to your younger self, he replied,
” Be less distracted and more focused on things that are really important.”
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Urn with Fern, Woodbury, Connecticut © Steven Willard
I’m sorry, I just couldn’t pass this one up.
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This looks like a very simple everyday shot. The significance lies in where it was taken. It’s just a padlock on a bit of exposed rebar. This just happens to be the Berlin Wall. Let’s not build walls anymore.
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8