The Minimalist Photographer
Minimalist, contemporary and experimental photography by Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson Posted on: October 14, 2011
A few shots, taken in very different weather conditions.
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Liking your concepts of late +Steve Johnson – great work! :)
+Lynda Bowyer Thanks Lynda – sometimes it is good to do something with ideas rather than just the scene in front of the camera – though that always takes priority in my case.
Concept is always welcomed – its where imagination, creativity and sometimes escapism can have free rein. Your images have brightened my day +Steve Johnson :)
+Lynda Bowyer Thanks – that is heartwarming to hear.
Beautiful, Steve! You are so inspiring. I love the way you view the world.
+Jennifer Eden Thanks Jennifer (:
So beautiful. It's difficult to come across such a scene in Japan.
+Mineki Sato Really – why so?
+Steve Johnson Dead leaves are not scattered attractively to here in Japan. A climate may be the cause.
+Mineki Sato Ah right, we live in an area with a lot of big, broadleafed, deciduous trees. There is a downside – in about a week I'll have to rake all of these up and put them into very big but neat piles. These are just the first ones to drop.
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