After photographing for a few years now, I've found that we are surrounded by photographic opportunities. Obviously, there are various genres (Travel), of photography that are more difficult to pursue, and/or require resources or investments in time, or money. But with fine art or street photography, the number of opportunities is proportional to the variation in which one can alter the perspective and composition of the subject. Thus, the possibilities are greater than one individual can fathom. It's amazing that the world is so inextricably imbedded with the beauty of line, shape, color and tonality. It's our responsibility to recognize these things, and introduce the narrative component. After all, all art/narration is anthropocentric. It bears no meaning outside of this context.
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