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The hunt for scenes

As amateur photographers we start shoot everything and hence nothing. I have been doing this for so many years that I'm embarrassed to count them. But in 2012 I decided upon a photographic project involving grafitti on metal surfaces. I will made 3 triptych - in total nine square photos - and each photo has to fit visually nice to its neighbor.

The first triptych is ready and is measuring 80 x 30 cm.


Now I'm hunting for the next three square grafitti on metal scenes. I think I found one in Milan last week. What do you think?


Now I have to find other scenes that visually matches this one. The hunt has begone....

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