We Are Gathered Here, 2019
I love photographing the mundane.
I think it is because life nowadays seems to become too busy and distracting that we tend to miss things that make a chuckle a little bit. Things that make us pause and wonder. Things that just let us be in the moment of thoughtfulness and peace. Things that just let us be, us.
Mushroom Bear, 2019
Another one where I was running late for a meeting, but just had to stop and take this photo. The first one is here.
Technically, I was on time, but I ended up at a different campus to the one I was supposed to be at. So on my way to the correct address, I saw this on the boarding for a building under construction and it did make me chuckle. My bad/disappointed mood about finding myself where I wasn’t meant to be, lifted.
Is this becoming one of those, ‘late photograph’ moments but with a different meaning?
Khai’s Peg (2019)
Makena’s Peg (2019)
I took these photos when I was in my kid’s school for their first open day. It is actually open evening as it happens after school where I get to meet their teachers and see how they are doing at the beginning of their current school year.
These are the pegs they use to hang their P.E. kits which they get to design their own name tags and I just love how cute they are.