Many elderly people (and other age groups) live their life with a sense of ennui and don’t know how to pull themselves out of it. Then there is Charles, whom I had the pleasure of meeting at a conference in Boston. Charles graduated from Harvard 61 years ago and still…
Connection is everything when it comes to nature photography. The connection you have with the earth, the sky, the water, the light, the life… it is essential for capturing a great image. It takes time and practice to develop this ability, and it should not be underestimated. However, connection often becomes dominated by logic; the algorithm associated with what a great photograph should be.
“Make your life a work of art.” -Sheila Rubin, Therapist
Over a half century ago, the Berkshires in Massachusetts during midsummer offered an air that was as sweet and thick as honey. The smell of roses and grass and maple trees wafted up through my nostrils like candy. I was just four years old and bored with my little red wheelbarrow.