“Photography is more than a means of recording the obvious. It is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever, whether it be a face or a flower, a place or a thing, a day or a moment. The camera is a perfect companion. It makes no demands, imposes no obligations. It becomes your notebook and your reference library, your microscope and your telescope. It sees what you are too lazy or too careless to notice, and it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” ~Aaron Siskind
Got the above quote via a Guy Tal post on FB and it just spoke to me. His work is really worth following. https://guytal.blog/
Started this morning going thru images from the recent Oregon Outback trip along with some coffee and Rising Appalachia tunes. Shot this image on the road from Plush to Adel in the Oregon Outback. Simple composition of a semi-desert landscape with the evening sun just nipping the tops of those trees. Anybody know what those trees are called?
Thanks for looking and I welcome your comments