Photographs can connect us powerfully, viscerally to a place, a time, an event . . . . can spark curiosity, serenity, sorrow, awe.
Photography has always been a major part of my life. Self-taught, my passion for photography has steadily increased over the years. After two-plus decades as a jury psychologist, I turned to photography full time.
I'm always delighted to photograph a cloudy sky. Having grown up in the arid Southwest, I treasure even the whisper of water. The textures and rhythms of our planet – in rocks, cliffs, trees, oceans – enthrall me, leave me musing about the eons it took for our mountains to grow, our rivers to find their paths, the infinite number of times waves have broken on an outcropping.
I wonder always at the forgotten stories inherent in abandoned houses, cars, old buildings . . . I wonder and stop to photograph.
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