I haven't given up on color completely...
... but I need to focus and have decided to center that focus on black and white landscape. I've also started to make a conscious effort on minimalism in my compositions. The above not being a prime example of that. Having just breezed through Michael Kenna's beautiful 20 year retrospective I have a new-found appreciation for the minimal landscape.
I had a difficult time ridding myself of all my color images and ended up devoting a gallery to color. It's in the website's gallery drop-down menu . In some ways it's a sign of non-commital, yet on the other hand it's my way of showing that I can still make a color image. In a third way it shows that I just can't get off the damn fence.
What this blog may turn in to is my search for an artistic center.
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