In every city, there is someone cutting holes in the floor for the earth to push trees through. It’s funny how unnatural an attempt to preserve nature can be, as if a forest of solitary trees could compete for light with a blooming metropolis. Advertisements
My contribution to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, inspired by the Grid theme, is an image I took at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. I enjoyed the way my eyes were guided through the scene by dark lines as well as light, landing on moments of both solitude and companionship.
To remind myself that no matter my location, there will always be constants, I look for shapes. My identity is a thousand different puzzle pieces searching for their place–for the fit that’s not forced and the image that slowly forms. I’m a fractured reflection of ideas and conversations and moments and environments and most of all, … More The Comforts of Geometry
In celebration of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, I joined my dad for his photo ritual, “Ten Days of Awe”. For the past ten days, I commemorated this time of reflection and rejoicement in Judaism by taking a photo of a simple, yet exceptional moment which caused me to pause, look, and appreciate. This project … More Ten Days of Awe