Global Fringe Chaos
Between my two college stints I traveled with a Christian singing group. We stayed in more than 500 homes. I spent a summer in Haiti while in graduate school. I spent a week in England in High School. In every house I have stayed in one can find "The Drawer." Every house has one. The place of last resort for unfiled or rarely (never) needed items. So why buck thousands of years of tradition? We have three (only two shown due to embarassment).
Shot on a Nikon D7500
Focal length: 48mm
Mastered and cropped in Photshop CS
Assignment: One of the best things about our weekly photo albums is having a look at each other’s creative interpretations. We are not only quite an international bunch but every single one of us comes with our own personal baggage and a different way of looking at the world. This week we are going to see who is a bit more tidy than the rest of us! Just HOW messy does your world have to get for you to think that it is getting chaotic? Does one dirty pot equal a chaotic kitchen? Or maybe three young children ‘helping’ to make cookies? Maybe it is a cup of spilled coffee on a white dress shirt or a crazy light painting abstract. It could be unbrushed hair or a cheering crowd. Chaos is so interpretative and so personal, so we expect a beautiful chaotic album from you this week Framers! Color without the lines this week and show us the beauty of disorder.