Posted in Abstract, Colors, Photography

The Lights at The End of Tunnel Vision

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What attracts us to our photographic subjects? In 1982 this was just ice on a sunny January afternoon, a moment enjoyed for its crispness and clarity, its abstractness. Suggestions. And I moved on. Now, another question—why do I see it this way today? That’s probably as unanswerable as the older question I didn’t pause to consider all those years ago. So I’ll continue looking at things, differently when I can, and not worry unduly about unconscious motives, or correct answers.

“It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.” —James Thurber

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