Thursday Doors – 11/16/2017

Doors of The National Gallery of Art, West Building. Washington, D.C. – The Gallery’s campus includes the original neoclassical West Building designed by John Russell Pope, and the modern East Building. This post is about the West Building.

  

WPC & 318/365 – Experimental

I do a lot of experimental work with my photography. I like to create abstract images and sometimes manipulate them in photoshop to make them truly abstract and unique. Many photographers cringe at the thought of manipulating images but I have no qualms about it. I see it as painting or any other form of art. And, I must say, some look pretty awesome on my walls. So, for today’s challenge I have created a couple of experimental images. 

Discovered

It was a little over three weeks ago that Krista Stevens informed me she had picked my photograph below to appear on Discover, “a space where we highlight some of the best content published with WordPress.” She said my work would appear on Discover within the next week or so. I was very excited and flattered but being in the middle of a trip, I had little time to think about it. It wasn’t until I started getting lots of notifications about “Likes” and new followers that I realized it had already happened. I’m sharing this a little late but, as they say, better late than never. 🙂

It was the contrast and juxtaposition that drew us to Angela Furtado’s compelling photograph of the lonely accordionist.

via The Accordionist — Discover