Article tags: adopt a family, bryson moberley, elliott erwitt, julian place, photography, Program REACH, project Grow
Elliott Erwitt once said this about photography’s purpose: “It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
On a Sunday in January, Bryson Moberley spent the afternoon snapping photos of Adopt-A-Family buildings and spaces, either endowing his shots with vibrant color or allowing natural light to do the work.
Bryson’s photos exemplify Erwitt’s famous quote. Have a look!
Here’s a wide shot of our Lake Worth office.
A Project Grow classroom brightly rendered to reveal its elements.
Our Project Grow playground canopied by a tree – a nice contrast to the lush green hues of the natural environment.
The Grow basketball court replete with chalk art – proof of its multiple uses.
A richly rendered photo of the Program REACH office.
Thanks to Bryson, the pastel-colored facades of the Julian Place townhomes pop with vibrancy.