Friday, March 23, 2012

I'll cut you (part 2)

IMG_9100.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

Can you make something downright nasty, like concertina wire, into something more pleasing to the eye?

Thursday, March 22, 2012


IMG_9067.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

I wasn't sure what I'd find on the photowalk but it was pretty apparent when I got there that my focus would be on lines and shapes.

Monday, March 19, 2012


IMG_9069.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

So many tiny little pieces of shattered dreams...err...of broken glass.

Friday, March 16, 2012


IMG_9153.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

The cloud cover opened up just enough as I walked by some storefronts and this shadow formed on a large concrete support. The louvred overhang supplied the pattern.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Streamers on a wire

IMG_9072.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

I was just thinking the other day while walking around campus and seeing kids with their iPods on and furiously texting while walking that they must miss so many things. I'm always taking in my environment...then again I don't own a Smart phone.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mirror mirror

IMG_9122.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

Funny thing is I've walked by these mirrors several times while roaming around the town I live in and never thought to take a photo. It took heading to San Francisco and consciously looking for lines and shapes for me to find it appealing.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

I will cut you!

IMG_9101.jpg, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.

Another from the SF photowalk. I had gotten away from the main group of people and found this concertina wire on top of an old fence. As people came up on me shooting these a line formed behind theme was lines and shapes and I created my own line...of people waiting behind me. Haha...I make myself laugh sometimes.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

I'm going that way

I'm going that way, originally uploaded by Rob Weiher.
Picked up my camera for the first time in about two months today. Adobe was doing a photowalk at their SF office so decided to head up there to get out of my surroundings and find some inspiration. Ended up shooting things I could very well find here but it did get my creative juices flowing again.