The Real Reason

So I flew out to Colorado the other day to do some photographing (more on this soon).

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I am finding incredibly easy to photograph here (which has me a little concerned that I am taking pictures that are too simple), really because the light is so remarkable.  I was out this morning, fully engaged, but still with some lingering doubts about the pictures I was making.  But then I had this thought that the engagement is the real meaning, the real art, the feeling of belonging and having a voice.  In our product driven culture/art market, I think too often we lose sight of the internal meaning and drive behind creative thought.  It’s not how it’s made, or even what is made, that matters, but rather that it’s made.

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