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LANDSCAPES & MORE
Landscape photography satisfies my need for aloneness—even when in populated towns and cities. I can be alone with my camera and respond to whatever catches my eye.
A dear photographer friend and mentor, William Giles, once elaborated on the phrase "caught my eye." He said, "Think about it. It means something out there reaches out and catches your eye, draws you toward it."
The key, of course, is to allow myself to be drawn to whatever "it" is and actively respond to that instant of visual stimulation with curiosity, intuition, and my camera.
The same principle applies to exploring what can be done after the original image is created.