There is nothing in the fridge

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“There is so much in the fridge, but I don’t know what to eat.”

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There are so many interesting subjects to photograph, but they currently don’t inspire me. I wanted to refuel it with a new photo a day project, but felt unhappy and unconvinced with the first results. I am not there, yet. I do know that the sun rises later and sets earlier. The heath is purple and leaves gradually colorize again. The breeze from the sea already challenges the summer heat and the nights get colder. These changes normally bring back the inspiration. The strolling days are returning.

Photograph by Wouter Brandsma

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12 thoughts on “There is nothing in the fridge

  1. I just went through a semi-long period of this feeling. Good luck, can’t wait to see your new photos when you get there

  2. just had that missing of inspiration feeling myself for a full 2 months , after i stopped chasing pictures , it all made sense again 🙂

    good luck and waiting too see you’re new picture streak 🙂

  3. Sometimes I need a break too, my friend. I just keep walking the streets, looking all around. Sometimes it feels like a thought is already buried before it even saw the light. Thank there are these moments of recognizing shapes, forms, people & light when leaving the basement of my rest & these simple things around me are worth a hundred frames.

    All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

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