2019—The Window Frame
I have developed a reputation among my photography pals for being attracted to idiosyncratic, quirky, often obscure subjects to photograph that under most circumstances no one else would notice. I guess I have done this often enough that my friends can now point out things to me that they think I would want to photograph. These have become known as “Carol Photos.” I took a new favorite “Carol Photo” last week in Nevada City, Montana after Moose summoned me to an area of the property that didn’t look too promising. As I walked around the corner of a dilapitated building, I knew instantly that Moose had indeed found a “Carol Photo.” The roofless building was filled with thriving wild mustard plants and one clump was perfectly framed by the white window.