A picture I took of a tattoo on the back of a woman’s neck. It’s a sun with a crescent moon layered in it. The moon looks like a baby that’s being swaddled, the sun the mother. It’s interesting what you can photograph when the subject doesn’t know you’re there.
An here’s an Elvis ornament from the back. My make-believe stage concert made with raisin boxes. Behind the Glasses
I walked about a half mile in the brutal freezing cold to create this picture, stringing some leftover pumpkin lights over a jungle gym bar and photographing them from above. These pictures consisting of warm colors are sure to perk me up and induce cozy feelings by a fireplace within me. There wasn’t much sun today but I made up for it by creating some artificial light later on in Photoshop. The yellow of the playground tower and the orange of the pumpkin lights clearly define what warmth is. The translucent material of the pumpkin lights also create different colors that contrast with the yellows, oranges, and blacks.