After Beto’s first project of looking for shapes, he just couldn’t stop finding squares and rectangles in everything thing he saw through his lens. For example, his second project was to photograph one thing. And like Henry, he also picked water for his subject matter. I love this image because Beto had to search high and low to find this photograph, and he had to get dirty by getting down on the ground to put his camera through the grate to see that the reflection in the water created many white rectangles as well as the square area which contained the water (however, Beto is by no means a square; he’s a pretty cool cat. I’m so cheesy). The photo came close to winning best photo of the day, but even though it didn’t win, I thought it was so great I should post it for the all the world to see.
March 10th 2009, Things are shaping up for Beto
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