Helsinki Bus Station Theory

I have talked about photographer Tom McLaughlan (Ministract) before on this blog.  He is the photographer I found on Google+ when I started my photography journey who peaked my interest in abstract and minimalism in photography.  Although I attempt to produce work as visually interesting as Tom when I fumble at abstract images I have more steps to take on my journey to be able to see the beautiful patterns before me.  Tom’s latest blog post (Helsinki Bus Station Theory) not only brings another set of wonderful images he links to a very interesting article about photographic vision and personal commitment by Arno Minkkinen.  I encourage you to go check out this post…

As I am still having issues with my main photography computer I am including one of my abstracts from last year.  An interesting pattern found in the shop…

Cross Patterns

Cross Patterns
Nikon D7100, Nikkor 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5, 1/80s, 55mm, f4.2, ISO 800

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