"We don’t remember days we remember moments. ”
— Cesare Pavese
Anyone can take a photo. Anyone can take a good photo. All photos can become priceless. In my first endeavors in photography, I was just having fun and hopefully eke out some sort of living by doing something I enjoyed. All you want in life is to do something you enjoy, love and be loved, and treasure those amazing fleeting moments when you have both. Photos capture a moment in time. You can look at photo and feel something. We can become immersed in the exhibition of the emotional facets reflected in the pixels. We only want the tangible so we can feel the intangible. And its the little things.. the little precious moments that a picture captures that can suddenly mean so much. A moment frozen can mean so much more than time, much more than money. We yearn for cathartic experiences in life. Photography fulfills the impetuous desire to partake in the stories, the fleeting moments, that unfold around me. To create a visually spellbinding emotion evocation. In the final analysis, we don't have time, money comes and goes, just like everything in this transient existence this so-called life. But a photo we can look back on and feel right there again no matter what is going on in our lives. We can evoke the emotion of those precious moments that make up life. Life as just a series of fleeting moments we want to treasure forever. Because in the end, that is all we really remember –extruding the essences those precious little moments frozen in time.
"Adventures, travels, and stories to inspire people I endeavor to create photographs that are inspirational, memorable, cathartic, artistic, and indelible."
[noun soh-jurn; verb soh-jurn, soh-jurn]
1.a temporary stay:
to stay for a time in a place; live temporarily: