In my considered opinion, its absolutely true – imperfections are perfectly beautiful. Unique characteristics provide interest and greater beauty than that which is otherwise commonplace. Relative to this vintage glass macro photography, it’s the air bubbles, variations in thickness of glass, color and discolorations, pitted surface, etc., which make it especially appealing.
Take A Close Look
Prints available. This macro photography highlights an old, aquamarine colored bottle which I dug from the ground sometime in the mid-1970’s. Oftentimes, beauty is all around us – if we look for it.
Can you see it?
Enjoy my artistic rendition of an old, rustic cabin missing windows and roofing, exposed to the elements of nature and ravages of time. The view reminds me of peering through a dirt-covered screen, trying to discern more accurately the details of a distant structure. If you’d like to add a print to the walls of your home or office, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of print types.
This sepia tone photography features a textural, dilapidated wooden shack by the railroad tracks, highlighted with a blurred border. Despite its condition, this interesting structure might be just what you’re looking for as a new addition to a wall in your home or office. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of different print types available…
This vintage, industrial structure features a variety of weathered windows and repairs. Whether your home or office needs renovation, one of several available print types could serve as an aesthetic addition to your walls. To remedy an instance of empty space, please stop my gallery at Fine Art America…
Amidst ongoing changes in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, this old and weathered telephone pole remains in place near Church and South University streets. If you’d be interested in a print featuring this black and white photograph, visit my gallery at Fine Art America to see more.