Tag Archive for: Still Life Photography
What Remains after Us by Silvia Bukovac Gasevic
The photo was created for the purposes of the basic colors exercise, so it bears the subtitle "Red". This is what remains after us and what is not good for nature, and it has to change. It has to be changed very quickly and it is red as an alert.
Time Flies by Kirsten Bruening
Time is something fascinating, in some moments we don't notice how fast it passes and in other moments we seem to be caught in an endless time loop. The most important thing about time is that we spend it with people we love and who do us good and that we do not forget that every moment and every moment is irrevocable.
Sunset Wagon Wheel Mail Box by Zara Otaifah
In the summer of 2019 I was heading east to South Dakota on a road trip, and on my way back home I passed by a beautiful ranch, the sun was setting down and I could see that golden beam of light reflecting on the wagon wheel mailbox forming such a warmth and cozyness worth photographing. I pulled up the car in the middle of nowhere only so I don't regret missing out on photographing this beautiful scenery.