People tend to look at photographs too quickly, superficially. They make assumptions of familiarity. I want to slow down the viewer’s eye to appreciate in more detail the beauty of the natural world. We see the world in pieces and put it together in our imaginations—a new reality. Each time we look, the fragments reconstitute themselves with subtle differences, a second look nuanced with small changes.
“We had no idea what we were doing, but we tried anyway.”
Love is what you are willing to give