When happening past the display by chance and catching a nice composition of images, I'm tempted to take a quick snap to reference.
Making it a rule that the composition has to be strong enough to stick in my memory long enough to recompose the images.
AppleTV hooked up to main display, and the screensaver is set to randomly pull images from my 1800+ image Flickr account. The screensaver setting is "origami" and either displays one image on the screen or it picks and assortment to arrange. Usually between 2 and 5 images at the most.
Every now and then, I'll look over and see images it chose to put together and go, "Oh wow! That's a really nice combo."
Noticed this combination of my images "Tavira Nets" and "Human" and "Pretzel Logic"
This #14 offering in the series is called, "By Chance Series 14: Tavira Human Logic" © 2015 Skip Hunt
"Tavira Nets" image was made in the fishing village of Tavira, Portugal in 2003. "Human" is an abstract texture in stone formations on the coast of South Africa at Coffee Bay. And "Pretzel Logic" was made recently this year at Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY.
What caught my eye in this composition was the feminine human form in the stone, with what looks like it could be fishnet stockings just above it, juxtaposed with an orthodox Hacidic boy in front of a carnival poster of a pretzel. Everything seems to imply pleasure, but with a hint of the forbidden.