"It's not courage if you're not terrified." - D. Blagdan
"There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness." - Nietzsche
FURN? FURV? ... ummmm ... no matter the texture is so intense I can practically feel it ..
A furniture warehouse?
A blistered memory of something that used to be someone's dream... but you've given it a whole new life, here. A better one, too.Love the texture- it's gnarly.
What a texture on this one and the toning is sublime.To answer your question, the fly was put into the refrigerator to sleep, I took the picture then, after a few minutes it wakes up and flies away.Fly photo is made from 20 separate shots of the same fly at different focal length with a fraction of a millimeter increment.The images are then stacked together to create the final image.The morning dew were of 12 shots.The process is very tedious and needs a lot of patience, the alternative is to use 10-20" shutter speed on one image for details like I did on the ballpen but the stacking process gives more details.
I like the tilt.
I saw an article about "revealed art" or some such, which is what comes into view when an old building is taken down, revealing long-obscured advertising on the wall of the building adjacent. I think this sign was advertising furbelows. One never knows when the need for one might come up.
I like the angle you chose. Old buildings hold such history.
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