Ever since I've been experimenting with macro and close up filters I've suddenly noticed that tiny little corners of nothingness reveal themselves to contain more than first appeared and to be considerably more interesting than nothing. Just like yesterday realising the moss on a brick wall contained a miniature world almost invisible to the naked eye.
This small enclave of unpromising photographic material is a small patch of wilderness near our office. It’s just a clump of overgrown stuff so I was having a look to see if I could make an image of it.
It's perhaps a little bit of something from nothing, it’s not going to set the world alight but it’s the sort of picture you may see mounted on black edged board above the IKEA sofa in someone’s sitting room.