SNOW WINDOW LANDSCAPES
A POST ABOUT SNOW…IT’S MAY!
Yeah alright – calm down. You haven’t even heard my reasoning yet…
Given that we are basically in June, I DO now feel it is now acceptable to mention snow!
Earlier in the year when snow was everywhere, it felt too cliched and obvious to mention it or do a post relating to it! If i had done it then, you would have been so bored of the snow, it might of annoyed you. So June, being bang in the middle of the year seems far enough away from the last snow to get away with talking about it and far enough away from new snow to keep it interesting!
You know us at OurWorldMyEye – we always have you’re interests at the forefront of our mind!
There’s-now logic in there!!!
So during the snowy downpours earlier this year, I kept noticing the patterns that appeared on the windows of cars after a light dusting had taken place. The windows formed their own landscapes with peaks and troughs, highlights and shadows, paths and rivers running through them. I started to photograph a few of them as out of context thought they were ‘quite interesting’ to look at.
THE SNOW WINDOW LANDSCAPES
There is something rather appealing about taking small pieces of the world like this, out of context and viewing them as world or landscape in their own right.