I chugged a big book of Friedlander and am still recovering. Now I find myself noticing when my brain stumbles trying to take in a scene and I grab shots like these.
I very much doubt I've invented it, so--has this kind of silliness got a name I can use to google further?
I've had folks tell me the following.
1. Since you found your subject instead of meticulously arranging it, you can't really call this a still life.
2. It's not a abstract because it's too clearly recognizeable.
3. It's not minimalist because there's just too much stuff going on.
As always, thanks for the free lessons.http://www.flickr.com/photos/lurkingman/11758795576/http://www.flickr.com/photos/lurkingman/11758287293/