In a lot of photos I take, the sky takes up most of the shot. I like to think it creates a unique perspective of the landscape. The sky is negative space, just a pallet of color. No details to digest except the ambiguous shapes of clouds. But our eyes are drawn to it. Because in real life, when we look at the sky, we don't see negative space. Negative space implies a finite area where you see boundaries. When we look at the sky, we do not see negative space. We see infinite space...

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