Often mistaken as a poor excuse of having no models to photograph, taking notice of the finer points of landscape, architectural and still-life in art is no less an appreciation of beauty as the visual representation of the human form in print or canvass.
In more simpler terms… I don’t care if it’s just a dilapidated run-down thing. If it’s beautiful… then I say it’s beautiful.
Should there be something else more interesting than a bunch of garlic bulbs hanging in the corner of a quaint wooden
kitchen, then it will be probably not worth my time taking a picture of. But seriously, what I found very interesting about this is how the light casts a golden glow through the window.
I used a the kit lens which came with my camera at settings which I found myself admiring the image which I wanted to take. I found it beautiful this way.
I hope to do a bit more “kitchen” photography but these days, I find myself more enticed by the succulent aromas of my wife’s dishes. There goes keeping my weight in check. 😀