I've been out quite a bit in the last month gathering photographs for these photo-mosaics I've gotten into making, and thought I'd share a few of the pieces I'm working on.
This first one has images made on three or four different occasions—once in the evening and twice in the morning just before and after sunrise.
This next one has images made on five or six different occasions, at dusk, and at dawn and late afternoon.
This last one has photographs made on two different occasions, once at sunrise, and the other at sunset.
It's been a lot of fun conceptualizing, composing and then piecing together all the photographs that make up the larger piece. It's real time-consuming, both in the making of the photographs, and in the editing and arranging. I've got several hours already put into each of these photographs, and they're not even close to being something I'd say is a finished piece of artwork.
In a way, I feel as though I'm rebelling against the style I've worked in in the past 13 to 15 years, and it feels good to break from my "norm."