This is the lead photo in an article showing a number of very clever Architecturally-Inspired Self-Portraits by photography duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devis.
A Very Clever Face
Do take a close look and enjoy the ingenuity these photos represent. They’re very interesting.
One of the blogs I follow posted a photo like the ones below – a scene from an old German town – Luebeck – a view down the street at the convergence point where the road takes a turn.
Looking at the photo I realized I take a lot of photos like that one – I commented “Nice shot – I’ve taken photos in several places like this one.” Mitza replied “I hope you show us your photos sooner or later.”
Well, here are eight from a trip to Southern France in 2010!
Alet Les Bains
Rennes Les Bains
Renne Les Bains
I guess I’m also attracted to a converging perspective!
Went for a walk in Point Pleasant Park last Sunday. As we rounded the point there were the sailboats having a leisurely sail in the harbour. Perhaps they were racing. In the background – McNab’s Island with the lighthouse just visible.
I was at the dentist the other day. We’ve all seen that overhead light. It suddenly struck me that there was a face above me – I love the row of bottom teeth – I couldn’t actually see them from where I was sitting, but the positioning of the iPhone picked up that reflection. Other-worldy, don’t you think?
Took this photo in 2008 while on a Caribbean Cruise – the image reminded me of the paintings of Alex Colville – the lone figure, facing away from the photographer (artist), absence of shadow. I made a print and put it in my spare bedroom. I was just tidying up the room and stopped to think about the feelings in the image. Thought it worth sharing.
My great-nephew sent me this one last night: I was walking up the stairs towards my bedroom when I passed the laundry room. This is what I saw. I just had to send it to you. Do you see the face also?
A lovely sunset off the coast of Puerto Rico
The deer didn’t get all the tulips, these are some that eluded them. I love looking at them from my kitchen window.
I see faces everywhere… This was one of many I managed to capture while on a trip to France two years ago.
Captured this “face” this morning:
The Halifax side of the harbour fascinates me. I find myself taking pictures any chance I get, particularly from Dartmouth. This photo was taken from the NSCC campus on the Dartmouth shore. You can see the Purdy’s Wharf towers, Stadacona, and the Dockyard.