This simple photo gives an unexpected shift of view – perfect for a new year. It’s from Scattered Light a participatory photo project and exhibition designed to
“re-acquaint the viewer to his/her surrounding environment and introduce another way of seeing and interpreting the things around them.”
It is the brainchild of ASDF: a series of posters generated from photos created by anybody who wants to respond to the theme, like “A view of a flat horizon line over land or water.” Right-side-up, the photo, above, is pretty ordinary; sometimes turning things on their head is what does the trick.
That’s what ‘the improvised life’ set out to do when it launched six months ago: inspire you to create, invent, be resourceful, make it up as you go along…turn things upside-down or sideways or inside out to see what might be possible. We are incredibly grateful and counting big blessings on our half-year birthday, for the readers who have been ‘in there’ with us with comments, moral support, emails and growing numbers that say “YES!”.
In return, we’re shouting our heartfelt THANKS!. We’re looking forward to the next six months, and hatching big plots for ‘the improvised life’.