All posts tagged “fill the frame

Photograph of a brightly lit scene in an alley way in a souq with a tall stack of colourful plastic bins on the left.

Surrounded, on all sides

Closing my eyes with this image in mind, I can feel the same breeze on my sun on my skin and breeze in my hair from this day. And I can remember the sound of the tarp blowing gently in the winter breeze. That was […]

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Photograph of the closeup of the face of a beige building with 4 green tinted windows

Inward facing

You know, I don’t have many words for this image. It was just a very pleasing scene that I saw while getting some fresh air on the rooftop of the apartment building I used to live in while in Bahrain. Funny—I captured a lot of […]

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Black and white photograph of the close up of the trunk of Bahrain's famous Tree of Life

The infamous, Tree of Life

There’s a tree in the middle of the desert in Bahrain. It’s called the Tree of Life. It’s believed to be over 400 years old and no one seems to know how the tree is alive considering it’s in the middle of the desert and […]

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Photograph of the rooftops of villas in Bahrain.

The favourite view

On the one hand, it’s hard not to love a sea view. Which was actually the view through another set of windows from this same apartment. But this view—the rooftops of villa upon villa—was my favourite from this apartment. Every villa looking a little bit […]

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Photograph of multiple buildings completely filling the frame.

Penned in

One of my favourite ways to take photos is to completely fill the frame. (And also, completely oppositely—capturing images where there’s a lot of negative space. I like the extremes!) Totally filling the frame often asks the viewer of the image to spend just a […]

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Photo of the facade of residential buildings in Bahrain.

Just look up

That’s all you have to do. Look up and find another view. Living in Bahrain, with all of the high-rise apartment blocks and buildings, I did see something different every time I looked up. And that view changed with the time of day. In the […]

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