“The question is not what you look at but what you see!”
– Henry David Thoreau
I seek the simple, sublime, and sudden in nature, urban landscape, minimal, and street photography.
Photography for me is both therapy and purpose. It is a manner of expression to experience and develop what I see–to rouse meaning, interpretation, emotion, metaphor, and spatial harmony. It is also a gathering point to explore the ‘captured moment’ by others, whatever the genre. This blog, then, is a contribution in a communal effort.
The title of this blog comes from some word-play with my first and family name. Through it I suggest that, no matter one’s beliefs, what is important is that behind our identities we can respect each other despite our differences.
With regard to street photography, I upload what I judge to be appropriate. My aim is simply to capture an emotion, situation, or instant with which we can make a connection, whether simple or deep, and find the spirit of ourselves. While this is fuzzy territority because it involves some intrusion into other people’s privacy, I hope I can be forgiven for at times taking pictures without permission. Having said that, I am open to feedback on anything that might be deemed inappropriate.
Permission is needed to use content from this blog. In principle, it is okay if full attribution is given and the content is not used in a negative way.
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