I work at a large T-shirt manufacturing company. We screen print our own line of tees that are sold all over the world. While I spend my days working with the design team in what we affectionately call the “art cave” the action happens out in the shop. I have always been inspired by the colors of the ink and the industrial finishes of the machinery. One day while the print team was at lunch, I took a walk through the shop with my camera looking for color.
I have a practice of trying to shoot at least a little every single day. Some days there are no birds or deer or flowers in my path. Sometimes I have to find beauty where I am. I shot these on a grey winter day.
What inspires you when the flowers are all hidden away?
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I’m all thumbs, and they are all up, great set, thanks for sharing them with us.
Looks like you found it alright! Lots of color!
awesome photos as always! What inspires me when the flowers are hidden away? Kindness. When I witness it, I get all warm and fuzzy. 🙂
Love the colors!
Great pictures – I especially like the “Press Station” shot with the focal point on the bolt and the vibrant green in the background.
Thanks – the green is ink in the screen.
What a great series of colour images. Love those simple shots of the little details.
Thanks Vicki! I have always loved the saturated colors of the ink.