Henry Openshaw, Small town minimalism (Junior 2019)

Sitting in front of you is a cluster of unique pixels that your brain linked to a real-life building and (hopefully) it decided that you like it. Nothing more, nothing less. That's the beauty of minimalism; it's about stripping everything unnecessary and unneeded away until you have this 'thing' in it's purest form. These photos exist not to represent something, convey a message or further my own agenda. They exist purely because my brain liked how they looked. They don't represent something more profound, more mysterious, more anything; they mean nothing literally. That's why they are beautiful.

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