Look for elements others don’t see.
Watch the edges? (look beyond the obvious)
Watch for a simple slice of life.
View something special, out of the ordinary.
“YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE TALL TO SEE THE MOON!.”
“Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.”
“If something does not need to be in the photograph, it shouldn’t be there!”
As we remember the challenges of Reverend King and those struggles that we still face today in reaching equality for all men and women, also remember those who documented the fight.
Few photographers in the history of documentary photography have made such an impact on the world with his images as those of Charles Moore while covering the Civil Rights Movement during the early 1960’s.
Take the time to review the photographer’s heart and passion.
The weathered planks are colorless, a pasty gray if you had to assign them color.
The cold handle is flaked with brownish-red rust running from metal to wood.
The wire fence is much the same.
Both freezing to the fingers touch with winter’s whips of death.
The enclosure is of no use without something live to hold.
The place of small hearts beating with no room to run brings sadness.
With each crashing swing of the sledge, I feel lighter with faith.