It's ironic that the cell phone photos we take, to preserve a moment in time, are so easily forgotten. Left to rot in our camera rolls or sit patiently in the cloud, these photos beg for attention.
I don't recall how I got the idea, but I decided to do something with my old road trip photos from the past few years. I usually take multiple photos of the same the subject at different angles. Being a pattern seeing human, I noticed that these photos often fit together in interesting ways. Everything was shot on my phone, separately, and then edited on my iPad.
The whole experiment was special because it forced me to live with the photos I had taken. To think about them. To spend time with them. These photos went from completely forgettable on my camera roll to being burned in my memory.