Snow in Sodium Light

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While it is not always convenient to take photographs during winter time, leastwise it is a challenge: familiar subjects change completely, some vanish, others appear, many of them in a quite volatile way, especially when related to snow. Seeing better the more images I take, the orange-yellow color of the snow catched my eye. Together with the black lines of the tramway tracks and the irregular patterns of the pedestrian’s tracks it formed an image where the conversion of matter by light and framing becomes a subject in its own sense. And yes, I am onPaul Butzi’s side, when he emphasizes the importance of subject. If there’s no connection between my mind and the subject, no image will start to exist, just a wasted file.

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