11 November, 2014

Even Circles are Non-perfect

Minimalism as Simple Geometry

A Minimalist Photo of A non-perfect rust colored stone circle at my neighbors house
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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When Even circles are non-perfect, how can one expect life to be flawless?

Circles are generally impeccable when it comes to their design. But here is one, which I found on my neighbors roof that does away with this perception. Of course, I am only talking of the symbolic message here (circles can be perfect of course, if you do not look at the ones that I post.)

All that I want to say is, that it is a futile exercise trying to make or even dream of a Perfect Life. Life is messy and you cannot change that. "No you can't". All that you can do to live peacefully and accept what comes your way without asking any questions.

The Composition

To compose. I placed the circle on the left and used the edge of the building on the right to create a vertical rectangle. This helped me to show juxtaposition between two simple geometric forms.

a) The Circle
b) The Rectangle

and because of the Simple Geometric shapes and the use of Less Elements, this photo falls under the Minimalism as Simple Geometry category.

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