Madison Avenue

This is my favorite of my pictures. I like how the arch frames another and another on a path.  This picture also had some really interesting lighting. It is a beautiful location and amazing the way it is built.

This is my favorite of my pictures. I like how the arch frames another and another on a path. This picture also had some really interesting lighting. It is a beautiful location and amazing the way it is built.

I really liked how this window had broken out glass and was framed by the wooden pane.  It was an interesting location and the phone lines add something to the picture too.  The sunset was really lucky and the two trees framed the sun just so that this turned into a fun picture.

For frame within a frame I wanted to find things that naturally framed other things.  This project was a lot harder than I thought it would be.  I was able to find lots of frames but sometimes it was hard to find interesting things they could frame.  It was still fun and I got to spend plenty of time outside.

I wanted all the pictures to be nature inspired because I’d rather take pictures outside. Finding places to hang or place the keys became something of game, and more and more like a search for what the keys could actually open.

My subject for all my object project pictures was a set of keys I found in my grandpa’s basement.  I was inspired by trying to search out places you may find the keys and places they could open, since my grandfather couldn’t seem to remember where he had gotten them.