Beauty can be found anywhere and everywhere. And often times it’s not necessarily the conventionally pretty things that are the most remarkable, right? Case in point: a series of photographs featuring decrepit swimming pools. So ordinary, easily overlooked, even considered and eye sore in their state of dilapidation. No clear water, no chlorine smell, just ruins. But in their decay, they make for some oddly captivating subject matter, don’t they? There’s a sense of melancholy and nostalgia to these photographs by J Bennett Fitts, and I find them oddly quite beautiful in all their strangeness. (Or maybe I’m just weird?)
Images via J Bennett Fitts.