Not always pretty, or organized, the shot you take. Yet something in your mind recognizes beauty’s potential – something can be drawn from this image. Some part of your mind recognizes this scene or subject ought to be recorded and kept – something’s here to understand … front of the process stuff, this first part of making a photograph. You see, you capture and you edit. You exercise photographic skill(s) finding the strongest way of seeing this image … end of process stuff, recognizing presentation choices and choosing. The image reveals itself as much as you present it.
Former farms and homesteads are subject in the images of this morning’s post.
Listening to – Bob Dylan’s ‘Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie,’ from the Bootleg Series, Vol. 1-3 (Rare& Unreleased) 1961-1991.
Quote to Inspire – “Looking and seeing are two different things. What matters is the relationship with the subject.” – Christophe Agou