Can you tell how much I want to be close to the mountain and water?
That, I cannot use words to describe it for you… you will just have to wait for me to show you…
listening to the water ponders where it will land while the mountain tells it to stay. The wind gently whispers to my ear about where it was before.
I am painting the picture with my ears and exposing the photograph with my eyes.
Will you come with me?
Photography cannot be rushed. We always take our time to pre-visualize the image before we make the shot. Often time when it’s done in a hurry, we overlook small details that would make a difference in a photograph, which won’t turn out as pleasing or ’emotional’ (according to my book).
I enjoy making photographs that has emotions to them, it can be sense of affection, despair, grief, love, sorrow, warmth, melancholy, or happiness. It’s not much about capturing someone who is laughing, or ‘seizing the moment’ of that emotion, but more of what we human being are freely to express through how we see things in life. What a wonderful privilege we have to feel what we want to feel when looking into a scene.
I was very blessed to be companied with two great spirits in 2015 Thanksgiving to Sedona, Arizona. Though it was a short journey, it was filled with unspeakable joy. Thank you my love R.R. and O.M, and thank You Lord for placing us in Your creation on earth.
Your creation always heal me.
We went up to the close by mountain for a short walk last night just before the golden hour. I realized I need to get back in shape for what I love to do. This is the foretaste of what you will see, and I promise it will get better.
* Thank you to my dear husband for taking me there and being there for me.