To protect strangers on city streets from my camera, I started looking up to take pictures. That was 2013. I have to admit that when I moved back to the city after 25 years, I also needed to protect strangers from having to look at me, 25 years older. I don’t want to see anyone having to see me.
It was startling to realize I had never looked up. In my imagination, I had been a visual expert of this city.
Looking–up photography led to tangential interests–close up, from above, visual concept, building preservation, photo process, punctuation in photography exhibiting, architecture, & variations, of course.
All photography and image variations, Jessie Carveth, 2017
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