Every city is predictable at the same time unpredictable. Things just don’t last.
In the age of technology and our busy lives of constantly needing to be elsewhere, we can lose sight of the transient moments.
There doesn’t seem to be the time to embrace our surroundings, the architecture, people, patterns, forms and colours of things. Engaging with interruptions enables us to see things before they are gone.
Allowing the mind to wander and discovering a curious outlook reveals marginalised aspects and often discarded objects of the urban environment.
There is something wonderful about seeing things as they always were before we started to notice them. Suddenly everything is fascinating, just by their presence.
A little something from everywhere…