This image fascinates me because it's one of the images I shot at an old convent in Tepoztlan, Mexico during my recent Skip Hunt Vagabond trip... where I was having this very bizarre and nearly disturbing "persistent deja vu" experience that lasted for 5 days until I left.
Some have told me that this sensation is not anything to be disturbed by because it's actually the sensation you get when you're living outside of analytical thought and using intuition instead on another level.
All I know is that I saw this image in my mind and how I would frame it... BEFORE I actually arrived at the scene. Strange don't you think?
This is another one shot during my 2009 travel blog. I loitered around this corner for a good while making images and trying to get one that I was satisfied with. It wasn't until I accidentally caught the tail-end of an old red bug in the bottom left... that I realized I FINALLY had that element that balanced the rest of the composition.
"Artifice" ~ Walking about Zacatecas, Mexico I was looking for something that didn't look like the rest of the beautiful historical Spanish architecture... something hidden that showed what was underneath. I found this abstract and was intrigued.