2 thoughts on “Brett Albin”

  1. I enjoy the way contrast and composition were used in these images to make inanimate objects have personality. When you look at the images it’s like you can feel them feeling something. They seem lonely, as if they have been forgotten about by someone important. Forever waiting, and forever stuck.
    The bike sits in several inches of snow that doesn’t have tire track marks suggesting that it hasn’t moved since the last snow. The lion looks as if its paint is wearing and it’s dirty from being left uncared for.
    I would say for improvement the part of the statue to the left of the lion’s head could be dodged. It’s rather dark compared to the other side. Opening that up would make that piece pop even more.

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