I’m so excited to share my new travel photography collection with you! Being cooped up in the house so many days this very cold New England winter made me dream of warmer days, past travels, and the places I want to visit, and that is definitely apparent in all the new work I’ll be launching this spring!
First out is a short series of architectural details, shot on my last trip to Europe. I love architecture and am always amazed at the work and effort that was put into decorating buildings in the past. Whenever I’m in a city with old buildings, I walk around looking up until my neck aches, oohing and aahing and shooting.
I actually have a former teacher to thank for this habit. Back in photography school, we were given an assignment where we had to shoot one roll of film looking down and one looking up. It made me realize how rarely I looked up, only straight ahead or down, and this was even way before cell phones and iPads! I loved that assignment, it really was an eye-opener (pun totally intended), and I have been looking up ever since.
Give it a try: the next time you visit someplace new, or even walk around your own neighborhood, look up. There is SO much to see!
Travel Photography: Architectural Details
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