kylesteed says: the color and composition of this photo
are what really turned me on to it. And
you almost miss the group of people
wading in the ocean, but they are there,
sort of like part of the landscape.
kylesteed says: The composition of this photo always
intrigues me. I think it's the way that
my eye is always drawn to the top flight
of stairs and you have to look to notice
the people sitting under the stairs. Are
they having a smoke? Or maybe just
kylesteed says: This could be a still out of a movie. Or
it could be the cover of an album. I
think we've all imagined ourselves
standing in the thick of fog not knowing
where to go or what lies ahead.
kylesteed says: Under the canopy of night this single
lamp post displays its light to shine on
the flowers beneath it. This reminds me
of one of those places you always drive
by at night and often overlook.
kylesteed says: The lines in the sand are all that
remain of passers by. And the footsteps
that the few people walking along the
coast will leave will soon be washed
away by the tide. Sooner or later all of
our tracks will be hidden.
kylesteed says: Maybe it's the fog? The way it leaves
you guessing where the buildings stop
and the sky begins. And then to think
about all the people in those buildings
who have a completely different
perspective, looking down on the worlds,
instead of looking up.
kylesteed says: From death comes life. After reading
@Dunny's description on this photo it
makes sense. Sooner or later all our
efforts to build and destroy will cease
and the earth will do what it was
created to do, bring forth new life.
kylesteed says: The boy's hat reminds me of one of the
old WWII Pilot hats. And that thought
contrasted against the birds in flight
make this photograph really surreal.
Almost like he's about to take flight
and join the birds. I know sometimes I
wish I could fly.