Growing up I was a Sesame Street
kid. Oh sure, I watched Mr. Roger's Neighborhood
, The Electric Company
, Fat Albert
, and the all the rest.... but I remember the Sesame Street
segments better than any of the others. Even now, decades later, I often find myself whistling jingles for letters and numbers.
Today's post is in honor of Grover. In the days before GPS systems, we kids had two very simple ways of describing where something was and Grover taught us. Near. Far. Very simple stuff.
So I'm still playing with my new lens filters and their potential for storytelling. The limited depth of field is great because it allows us to play with things that are near... and far. For instance, consider this policeman: