One of the reasons I’ll never make photography anything more than a hobby (although perhaps a very passionate one) is that I’ve very little interest in getting out of my comfort zone. I’m not much of a photographic explorer. Throughout the years I take many photos of the same things. I don’t even do it intentionally, it’s just that they attract my (admittedly very limited) attention over, over, and over again. Car park right next to my building, my windowsill, puddles, rails, light, lately trolleybus interiors — and views from my windows. I take a lot of these, and now that it’s the end of 2011 and I’m tallying up all the things I’ve ‘produced’ this year, I was surprised to find out that this year the number is surprisingly small. The amount of photographs I took in 2011 is surprisingly small in general, though. It seems to be steadily decreasing since 2009. I want to blame it on my cellphone, but I don’t think I could.
Without further prattle, here are all the window photos that are worth sharing look better than others.
I’ll never get over the gaudiness of this car.
Car situation in our building’s yard is intense. People park everywhere, with little rhyme or reason. This is the driveway, actually, you can only park either to the right or to the left.