Photographing objects and locations that trigger a memory Travel Photography


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Photographing objects and locations that trigger a memory

Earlier today when I was reshooting the three shots, I was getting frustrated with with the fact that those shots that I was recreating weren't that great. Now I'm getting frustrated that there's a tree in my ear. But things have grown up a lot around here. I was getting frustrated with just the quality of the original pictures, and I thought well, this is ridiculous. I'm going to take some nice shots. So, I went out and tried to find just some nice pictures of. Large scale pictures of the place, wide shots of the place. And boy these trees, do really make it more complicated. There aren't any clear open shots of the cabin anymore.

Which makes it a really nice place to be, but it makes it a hard place to photograph. But still I, I got some stuff that I think I like. But I'm not as actually as interested in those as I am in stuff like this. This may not look like much, but this is the water spigot that powers the entire cabin. So, there's so much sensorial stuff for me around...

Photographing objects and locations that trigger a memory
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