Today, while stopping at a traffic light, I glanced out of the window and saw this piece of rubber stuck in the mud at a road construction site. I thought its pattern and texture were quite interesting. Luckily, my camera was within reach and I could quickly take this picture before the light changed. I wonder what this piece of rubber was used for?
One does not have to look any further for beauty than one’s closest proximity. In this new series, Beauty in the Ordinary I’d like to show that beauty can be found anywhere – in colors, in shapes, in textures, in contrasts, in the ordinary that surrounds us.
Today, I’d like to take a closer look at a guitar. All shots were taken with a Canon 100mm macro lens which created the selective depth of field.