The Christopher Gray Nothing Specific Series Looks at Everything

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jan 26, 2013 • References: & itsnicethat
Focusing on nothing in particular, the Christopher Gray Nothing Specific series takes a look at beautiful scenery that demands quiet reflection.

The photographs show breath-taking views, tree trunks, worn down buildings, construction sites, people in silhouette and other striking images that don't have a singular purpose or meaning. Instead, the photographer shows us the beauty in the random and the often overlooked, freezing a moment in time and space, creating a quiet haven that our minds can delve into, escaping the fast-paced world around us.

As we search for meaning and some sort of pattern among the images, as most people want to, the Christopher Gray Nothing Specific series gives us a break. Stats for Ambiguous Scenic Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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