“Photographing the Apparently Disordered”
We can photograph the “ordered woods and gardens” – as most do. I much prefer the apparently disordered – the rust, the “junk.” And, hopefully, through it the Higher Order.
That’s what I mean by photographing beyond the obvious. The more ordered it seems, the less we feel motivated, impelled, to go Beyond.
It’s the difference between beauty and Beauty.
 Dorothea Mackellar, “My Country.”