These “job-site” photos will be coming to an end soon and, hopefully, I’ll be able diversify a little for the final weeks of my 365. Considering the circumstances of being basically in one place all day, I found an amazing amount of subjects. I worked at making mundane normal things (normal for a landfill construction site, at least) look somewhat interesting, while still trying not to show the obvious heavy equipment, people working kind of photos. I’ll leave those for the brochures.
Speaking of normal, ice is pretty normal lately with the cold temperatures. The ice in these photos is from water that was flowing through black geotextile (a synthetic filter fabric used in construction) and freezing overnight creating an ice flow from an invisible source. The contrast between the ice and fabric along with the ice picking up the blue daylight resulted in some nice graphic abstracts. Pentax K20D, DA18-135.
Ice Flow No.2