Mexico: Simplicity

Kitchen utensils on wall of mud home in Mexico

The first thing I saw when I woke up in the luxury hotel was the fire alarm on the ceiling. My first, sleepy, thought was “What a shame they don’t have these in the villages of stick and mud houses we had just been in.” We are so wired to think we “need” so much.

What could be more simple than these utensils hanging against the mud wall of a kitchen.

©Copyright Gary S. Chapman
(Spoons 24-105mm lens @58mm, 1/25 sec., f5.6, ISO500)
(Alarm 24-105mm lens @105mm, 1/160 sec., f4, ISO640}

4 thoughts

  1. Spoons..I really like the picture. The teal is nice agisnt the mud wall. Did I ever tell you that I enjoy your eye? well I do…The eye that god gave you to capture art and life is amazing and I always look forward to seeing new post Gary!


  2. Hello Gary… your photography is as always amazing. The moments you capture are inspiring. I feel blessed to have had the opertunity to work with you in the past and seek your advice. Be blessed.


  3. Once again the simplicity of one of your photographs touches me with such intensity it reminds me of one of the reasons I fell in love with your passion of capturing life with your camera so long ago. Really miss being caught up in that passion learning something new every step of the way. It’s nice to experience it again.

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