RUT BLEES LUXEMBURG – THE SHOT I NEVER FORGOT

The first ‘Shot I Never Forgot’ for 2014 is a real privilege for me as it comes from one of my favourite photographers.  Rut Blees Luxemburg creates stunning images of urban environments at night revealing a colourfully poetic side to spaces we might dismiss as banal in other contexts. I frequently go back to her work, which has been a big influence on my own desires on night time and low light photography.

I hope you enjoy Rut’s submission and enjoy exploring her work further.

RUT BLEES LUXEMBURG – THE SHOT I NEVER FORGOT

Tower of Nantes, ©  Rut Blees Luxemburg (The Shot I Never Forgot)

Tower of Nantes, © Rut Blees Luxemburg (The Shot I Never Forgot)

Here is my shot I never forgot, it is The Tower of Nantes, and I made from the top floor of this city dominating tower, which housed the municipality of Nantes sometime in the early years of this millenia.

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You can view more of Rut’s work at:

www.rutbleesluxemburg.com

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The Shot I Never Forgot  is an on-going series of posts where I invite Photographers to share an image that has always remained with them, despite being unused.

The premise is that most photographers shoot many more images than ever see the light of day and often take some fabulous standalone images on instinct whilst making a particular body of work or project.  Because these single images do not fit the theme, they sit gathering dust in the archive.

However, there are usually a few of these images which stay in our minds as they have special significance or are too good to be lying dormant.

The Shot I Never Forgot is an invitation to share these images with the world and let them stand alone in their own right for others to enjoy.  

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