Life is blurred lines. Right, wrong or is it Robin Hood? My constructed works require that I blur lines even more. I mean this literally and figuratively. The more I construct the softer the images gets. The more rules you give me the more rules I will break. Baring breaking the law (excluding minor trespassing, which I have to exclude given that I was recently reprimanded by local police for this) I have not met a rule I did not enjoy breaking. The lines around rules have always been blurry. I think in art the blur should be completely removed to create no limits. Software, hardware, rules and especially personal limitations have no place where I dwell. My personal motto is do no harm. My Buddhist beliefs dictate that I live by that. Those beliefs actually accent the prior thoughts.
My challenge to you, the reader, is why does this picture represent what I just wrote?
It is rare that I play around to this degree for the POD picture. Today’s pictures were just not fruitful so I took the dullest one and made it fruitful. As a side note, what photographer has not trespassed? I mean really, it is sorta a right of passage for us right?