It is believed that children in orphanages who are deprived of touch, love and affection are keen to “failure to thrive” which can lead to emotional misery and even death.
Adults under the same emotional distress have fortunately come up with some solutions: the costly shrink, the even more costly sexual workers, and the free-of-cost … obsession.
That’s why when things fall apart I am looking for the perfect storm, obsessively.
It is then when people are deactivating their ‘shields’. Looking for shelter can be nowadays the sole social behaviour not needing justification or class boundaries to be accepted instantly.
I am grateful to all those who create this absurd but gracious scenery before my eyes and I often offer a ride to those stuck.
During June 2019 we had the privilege of a couple of masterfully directed storms. And I was out there.
That’s the advantage of having nobody waiting for you at home! Enjoy the ride!
The Bulb Collective consists of photographers active in urban (and rural) photography with an expressive shift to include highly aesthetic and poetic images in their assignments.