Early Spring has kept me in a shooting frenzy. Any time I can sneak a few minutes of photographing, I’m outside, day or night.
While shooting yesterday, a man approached me and asked:
“Are you taking pictures of that?”
“Yes”, I said.
“… why not?”
The ability to take a picture is almost always the push of a button away. Society is so saturated with images that it’s easy to forget photography is a way to share a view rather than capture a moment.
Below are some images I’ve made this winter. They, and more, are for sale and can be seen here.
As mentioned in yesterday’s post, my father enjoys photographing wooded wintry scenes. Below are a few he’s taken in the recent past. My father has been photographing since the 60’s. For a period he even developed film and printed images in a darkroom built in the basement of the house I grew up in. It’s safe to say that his style, eye and passion for photography have positively influenced my life.