15 November 2013
Let me know which you prefer and why.
To demonstrate visual layers, I immediately thought about the strata of reflections. Each segment of a reflection is a slice of the original image placed upon one or more spaces of time and place.
In the Lens section are two images that were taken this month and show reflections upon the creek: clouds, leaves, sky, trees–even wires. There is a sense of autumn’s weight upon the landscape. There is a sense of quiet beauty emerging from a fully-colored season to one of bare angles, lines and shapes. The layers provide possibilities of past in the present.
Layers are sweet signs of more. They offer a chance for vast interpretation that is easily reflected in the reflections. We see what it there, and we see in their abstraction what can be.
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