Structure in chaos

2013, Photography

The comments from my previous post were overwhelming, but also gave me new energy. I wrote that I would be photographing again each and every day, like in a photograph a day project. Unlike in my former photograph a day project I have decied to do my editing of photographs a bit differently. The essence for me is that I take photographs daily, but have no intention of selecting one photograph a day. Sometimes I might select 10 photographs while another week it might as well be one photograph.

Focus

Focus

Emptiness

Emptiness

Light in darkness

Light in darkness

Directions

Directions

Constructing

Constructing

Pause

Pause

Direction

Direction

Paradise

Paradise

Heading

Heading

Making photographs helped me a lot this week. Many of the ingredients of a pleasant composition helped me structure this week’s chaos.

Photograph by Wouter Brandsma

34 thoughts on “Structure in chaos

  1. Heading for focus. Pausing in paradise. Constructing emptiness. Finding light in the darkness. Finding directions is difficult but framing it does not only help to structure the weekly chaos but is the blood in the veins & fuel for this great story telling of yours. Thanks for this trip through your week that somewhow is mine week too, Wouter. Beautiful, most beautiful, my friend!

    All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

  2. I love the lighting where you live. It’s always sunny here, which can get boring. Beautiful shots as always!

    1. Always sunny? I was amazed about the deep blue skies I saw in the States (I mean in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and California), but was often excited to see thunderstorms pop up so rapidly. I you would see the winter lightning here for just 10 days you wished you would see the sun again.

  3. Hello Wouter,

    with your eyes you are seeing impressive landscapes.

    Congratulations and all the best for your new and ongoing project.

    titus

  4. Wouter,

    Great to see a new vigour and direction in your photography. Wishing you the best in your current project.

    Nitin

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