A recent road trip through the Western United States has rekindled my appreciation for nomadic living solutions. This well-engineered piece of thin fabric was all it took to create a sense of home for my weary soul.
I encountered this photo hanging on an old brick wall in Rapid City, SD.
I was reminded to appreciate everything that I have.
How can I verbalize one of my favorite random photos…maybe I’ll get to the root of silhouettes? Or is it contre-jour? French for “against daylight,” contre-jour photographs often render the central object as a darker silhouette surrounded by a soft, halo-esque light…
In summer 2011 I visited Rodanthe, NC and got to experience this unique 1966 beach house, which was listed for sale. I am not the new proud owner of this time-capsule of modern design, but I still return to Norman Jaffe’s architecture and life story for inspiration: http://www.normanjaffe.com/
Brian’s observations are to be:
1: Readily perceived by the senses, especially sight
2: Easily understood or recognized by the mind; obvious
3: Inspiring and therefore worth sharing with others
4: Communicated with maximum imagery and minimal language