What I See
What I enjoy most about taking pictures, is it forces me to look more; looking further into an object that may not easily
reveal its self. While some may not see what I see and vice versa, I aim to capture a memorable vision. Memorable for me
might be indifferent to the next individual. I am amiable and aiming; aiming my focus towards an unmoved object -
capturing its beauty as I see it. That object may seem small to some, but as I see it, it is large and should be framed.
Often when my lens are not in tow, I feel threatened that a piece is wasted and gone forever and I often wonder if I’ll ever
have the opportunity to capture that certain time and place ever again. I fear that the timing is gone and I am separated as I
missed a chance to capture the moment for me and a chance to share with others. Often, I wonder, if those moments were
noticed before and I have missed them.
Nonetheless, my patience remains, as I aim to capture what my eye senses - a standstill of motion in my heart.
Here, I have found a peace with my frame pieces. What may seem obvious, but perhaps missed and is gone unnoticed, it is
my hope to bring it beyond the imagination.