From time to time I work inside interesting buildings on installation jobs, old churches, schools, or theaters, and there are times I come across things that make for great photography subjects. Old closets full of decorations, stacked chairs, dated technology, I come across all sorts of interesting things sometimes. Recently while working at the chapel of a local college they had a grand piano on stage opened up and I simply had to take advantage. The beautiful, soft natural light gave this image a lovely tone that accented its aging innards. I love how the shallow depth of field allows you to see details underneath strings in the foreground.
I figured there must be some piano lovers out there such as myself that would enjoy this as a wallpaper. Sadly, I never did learn how to play but I sure do love to sit in front of a nice piano and play a few invented chords. The way each note resonates in the large instrument in front of me is calming and the reason it’s among my favorite instruments. So, until next time, enjoy!