One of my favorite ways to use photography is as a tool to whimsically flip perspectives – I love to playfully blur the lines between spaces and forms. In turn, my experimentation with scenes gradually changed the way I perceive them; with practice, looking through my lens has taught me to purposefully search for another perspective, an alternate version of reality.
This week’s photo inspiration is based on the blurring of outside and in – abstract or geometric scenes that have an element that overtly anchors us to the outside world.
Have a wonderful week!
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