You see, I like contrasts. But it’s not a purposeful act, accomplished by searching through the images and combining the most contrasty ones, no – such finds like the above are only meters away from the wonderful Mai Mano house of yesterday’s post.
With Tyler Monson I had a short exchange originating of the reactions he got on his 113 Reykjavik blog. My feeling is that there are very often two realities in an image: The subject matter as it was recorded by the lens, creating immediate resonance in the viewers, and the perception of the artist, realized through the way the images was selected and composed. What I show you from the things I’ve seen in Budapest might probably tell more about me then Budapest.