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Another artist posted a discussion where he discussed feeling impact from one of his own photographs after giving it another look. That got me thinking about this shot. I miss those Alaskan mountains. We have mountains in Washington obviously but from where I live you can't always see them. I truly miss Alaska and want to go back as soon as possible. Here's an image that makes me feel like I'm kind of living in that moment.
That's incredible, Roger. The good old days, right? Now the world is in such a big hurry to get everywhere all at once. I clearly wasn't alive back then but I've heard stories from my grandparents of what it was like back then. A simpler, happier time.
I have so many...but, then again, that's why I do what I do! Capturing those perfect moments is what I live for! This one, in particular, always takes me back to that peaceful morning in the ancient forest. It was as if I had the entire forest all to myself. The tourists generally don't get up too early. They don't know what they are missing!
Hello! What a great thread! Thank you. I love Sydney, Australia (actually the whole country) but my time there is exemplified in this image. It is a metal sculpture, located at the entrance to Sydney's Chinatown, where we had a lovely walk, pho ops, and a delicious dinner with some friends. I found the piece to be wonderful, strong, and intricate and it fascinated me no end. To me, it is a symbol of a great evening and one I would dearly love to relive sometime. Kirsten
Ah Dan - one of my all time fav songs - the Wife doesn't get it. Yes - it's all about the Dance of Life. But sometimes I'm tired of stepping on toes and getting my own toes stepped on while dancing through life. Yes, IF I had known how it all would end - I might have not danced the dance at all.
I only spent about a week there but I miss Japan everytime I look at this photo. I never get bored with the sense of adventure that comes with exploring and capturing new, strange and foriegn enviroments.
"What is the feeling when you're driving away from people, and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? It's the too huge world vaulting us, and it's goodbye. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies" Jack Kerouac