The Kolmanskop ghost town in Namibia is famous for its colorful abandoned buildings being reclaimed by the desert sands. I've been there many times to photograph, and every time I go, I find something new. One year, I got lucky, visiting on an early morning after a fierce windstorm the night before. There were virtually no (human) footprints in the entire place! Canon 5DIII, Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens, ISO 100, f/14, 1/50 second.
Tryin to start a discussion here for fun. Does anyone have random photos that maybe aren't that great in and of themselves, but are just attempts at trying new things or something? Or maybe you have cabin fever this winter and are stuck inside taking random photos. I was up at my church with my camera and just tried some stuff, just for practice, not for anything too serious. I came up with this, among others. Maybe I'm just weird! Haha