It’s a pretty interesting wall, too.
I like the combination of the delicate grass and the cracks in the plaster, in a soft afternoon light, neither dull nor harsh. I was lucky, having found this on an errand, and only minutes from home so I could return with the camera.
I do quite like that, and aside from the general subject matter, it is not at all like Carl Weese’s work.
No offense, Carl.
Thanks, Tyler. I think Martina (https://blackandwhitecolors.de) coined the term ‘Weese weeds’ years ago, at a time when I was still learning to see beauty in everyday subjects. So it did stick, and in the meantim I stopped to dream of ideal subjects and started to enjoy what was near.
what a remarkable photograph. one of my favs on your site.
Thank you, Sherri! Good to read that there is an audience for such quiet images.
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