It’s a great pleasure of life when an insignificant, mundane detail manages to catch your eye. And if it’s compelling enough to be captured on camera, the joy and satisfaction is multiplied.
These shots are a case in point. The sunlight filtering through the bathroom blind catches a scattering of water droplets on the edge of the bath, which have rested there since the morning shower.
The white photograph is more subtle and shows a hint of white shower curtain in the background. With a cool blue filter, another shot brings the drops to the foreground, and makes them stand out.
The smaller details in life – and taking photographs of them – can possess value beyond their worth.
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Nice images – I agree with the mundane catching people’s eye. To me, that’s what photography’s all about. :D
Thanks Richard. Definitely, and making something of it if possible.
Interesting concept for a photograph. I like it!
Also, your header is beautiful!
Thank you very much, Kate. The header is a water reflection taken in Dubai. I pulled together a few of those here: https://mikeosbornphoto.com/2012/09/30/water-abstracts/