Sunday, September 6, 2015


Beauty is, has and likely always will be subjective. Whether it be a face, a flower, a landscape or architecture - we all see beauty differently. For me as a photographer, my eye is always drawn to the beautiful and the interesting, but my view of what is beautiful is perhaps not the typical. I'm not usually drawn to the shiny or the new, or the obvious. I often gravitate to the overlooked. I so believe there is beauty everywhere, all we really need to do, is to look more closely and with more care. Flowers that are on their way out or dying are especially interesting to me. They have a randomness that just does something for me, with their petals curling, drying and surrendering themselves to the inevitable - they are so stoically beautiful!

© Dwayne Brown

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