In response to Sylvain LANDRY, SL-Week 3: Kezako.
When I found this photo in my albums, I could not help but exclaim, “but what the hell is it?”
I know that I am quite strange because I take photos of things such as condensed water droplets on the roof of a bus stop, or cracks on the ground. I have had questions such as, “why would you look there?” “Why would you photograph that?”
The truth is; I do not know.
I just find that the strange things that I photograph are what that I have never seen before. Perhaps, there are patterns that intrigue me. I like patterns, so I like shooting things that unfold in particular unexplainable order.
However, I never knew that I could be weird enough to take this photo of a fuchsia whirl of something that looks like either light, wind, or a piece of cloth.
The level of my strangeness has me dumbfounded.
I had double checked that this is not a stock image and that I had shot it with my camera. I had also tried looking at the photos shot before and after this one in an attempt to guess what this picture shows.
The truth is; I have no idea. And I think, I never will find out.
Do you have any idea what this is?