Minimalism Around The World

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A parachute in Acapulco.

I love minimalist photos, they are very appealing to me. I’d love to decorate my apartment with stunning framed minimalist photography, but I don’t usually proactively try to capture a minimalist photo.

There is something very calming about the abstraction and geometric patterns in minimalist photography. As I looked through my archives I found some that could be consider that.

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A bird in Astoria, Oregon.
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Stormy day in Acapulco.
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The moonlight reflected on the lake in Laconia, New Hampshire.
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Me and a friend after sliding down the snow, Val D’Isere, France
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The pink ceiling in our house in India.
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The sky through the “roof” at a Thai restaurant in Portland, OR
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The game lights at a baseball game in Durham, NC
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A statue at Hyde Park, London
Pick your toilet style. India.
Pick your toilet style in India.
The top of the Astoria Column
Sunset in Acapulco, Mexico
Sunset in Acapulco, Mexico
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Airplane view sunset.
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“Carrying the Fire” pin at the Museum of Flight, Seattle
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Billboard in rural India.
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Field cows in India.
Which one was your favorite?

9 thoughts on “Minimalism Around The World

  1. I like the sunset from the airplane window. I travel for work and occasionally take a late afternoon flight that allows me to witness the vibrant colors of the sun against the horizon from 30,000 feet up. It is simply amazing.

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