This post to join in with the Lens-artist challenge for WINDOWS (here) and my take on this theme is INDOOR WINDOWS
There is a small restaurant across town that has an indoor decor designed to make you feel like you are in Italy. We have a few friends that love to dine out at this casual eatery, but we hope to never eat there again. Just not our thing. On our last visit there, I grabbed a few photos of the indoor windows. Let’s start with this lit up window in the wall. I have three different takes:
AUTHOR UPDATE – The feedback in some of the comments indicated to me that I might not have made it clear that the first three windows in this post are the SAME indoor window. I shared three takes to show how different this indoor window can look depending on light and settings.
So here is an updated picture showing the three closer together:
More of the indoor windows – and light from the real window (center back).
I like how back windows sometimes give us light that provides a partly-silhouetted image:
The previous “partly-silhouetted image” reminded me of a quick photo shoot I had this summer (2018) at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA).
Here are some of my partly-silhouetted images:
I know we do not always have to pick a top image from a post – but sometimes I like to – and my top two images for this post are: Partly-silhouetted image #3 and Indoor Window Take 2. Et tu?
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Now I have only just started perusing all of the artsy posts for this week’s Lens- Artist Challenge (#14) and I really liked Sue Judd’s “window cleaner” (here). It reminded me of Ruth’s “people at work” series (here).
It also reminded me oh wonderful it is to simply work.
Work can be a gift and her window cleaner looks so content (but the entire composition is sweet…).
Other cool shots of window cleaners:
AJ Vosse (here) has window workers “fixing the windows… dangling from a rope on the 9th floor…”
and Tina (here) showed window cleaners in Beijing, China as they worked on the Olympic Village’s Aquatic Center (now a recreational water park).
Photographer Artist Philosopher Labor Location is a purpose anagram of collaboration which seeks to place collaboration in one instance as a labor of photographing or the actions that constitute photgraphing and of course these actions are determined by movement or charm with its reference to the body and bodies which in a changing private public sphere enact an ethical dimension. The second instance of collaboration is the results of photographing which in general will be street photography and the collaboration between photographer and camera. You could say that it is a proccess performance.