When I travel, my photography is not the type where you can immediately gather from the pictures where I’ve been.
For example, when I walked through Charleston last month, I so wanted to take pictures around The Battery but I knew these incredibly beautiful old houses would just look like any old house if I took pictures, boring. I don’t have an eye for that kind of thing, and although I do know there’s a picture somewhere in there when I see it, I wouldn’t know how to capture it.
That’s why when I walk through new cities my eye is more trained on little details along the way. I didn’t take many pictures in Charleston, and the ones from Boston are mainly of those little details. I threw in a few from Ogungquit on which I tried out different kinds of editing; the day was very overcast so there were no popping colours in the originals.
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