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That ‘Moment’ in Time
Today’s project set us the task to define a moment in our lives and share it with the viewers!
But, the task must convey to us movement, as a way of conveying time and fleetingness.
I then started keel-hauling my albums to find that one defining photograph and one defining moment.
The Ensemble of Moment
Lots of photographs came up, and some came close to defining that moment; for example:-
- Spooky Funfair
- You missed a beat
- A burst of speed
- A spectre awaits
- Carrying the torch
- Regal afront
- Dead to the world
- Leading the charge
- Let’s exchange
- That’s a stretch
Various cameras/smartphone cameras were used to take the photos, depending often on what was available; on most occasions taking photographs had not been the main thought of the day (hic).
Job to Do
What has come out of this review of some of my albums, is that I need to reorganise and re-title and also to tag my pictures to make them easier to find and analyze.
My choice of the Moment
So which picture have I decided to use as my main one, well it is the one titled ‘Dead to the World’ – it is the complete opposite of all those movement ones,it is off two lads (backpackers I believe) who completely exhausted fell asleep in Cardiff Museum in the main hall, where all the attendants allowed them to sleep, and even quietly directed visitors away from them. The frame of the pillars again was chance, I was upstairs, looked over the banister rail and saw the lads and took the photograph – poor chance