This ongoing series includes pictures that could fit into other categories, or that don’t seem to fit into any category.
As a photographer. I photograph all kinds of things, including things others wouldn’t necessarily think were interesting or workable subjects for pictures. But seeing how the light falls on some ordinary object or scene, or really noticing something that we use or interact with regularly, can yield some of the most interesting pictures. We are aware enough of the objects we live with to navigate around them, to find them, and to use them as we need to. But that doesn’t mean we really see them.
When these pictures work, they can be among the most satisfying images I make. Yet there’s nothing that special about them; they’re just a moment in time.