Photographer Chris Round, originally hailing from the U.K but now in Sydney, Australia, captures moments of stillness. The images are empty scenes, leaving the viewer to imagine a multitude of possibilities, creating their own fiction.
Anyone who has tried to photograph a space, empty of people, knows how difficult that can be, but Round has managed to do it time and again in a variety of environments as seen on his personal blog. Round says of his work:
Photography gives me an outlet that allows me to explore new places and ideas. It’s an old notion but I also love the idea that I have captured a faction of time that will never exist again.
This particular photo speaks to me because bumpy slides evoke an early memory. The abandonment of the park casts an eeriness upon it. Read more about Rounds work in an interview with I Love That Photo.
- via Faith Is Torment