The first step is always the hardest.
I never imagined that my life as
I “knew it” was so much a fabrication
of illusion. The journey through the layers of obstacles all of us face as we move toward understanding is the equivalent to an archeologist doing a dig at a site of ancient occupation. Little wonder that this journey led me to so many historical sites. Ironically, what attracted me to those sites was not their intriguing history but rather how they impacted my emotions and acted like a mirror into my inner process. Being a photographer, it was only natural that I should hold up my camera to this experience.
“What use is having great depth
of field, if there is not an adequate depth of feeling?”
- W. Eugene Smith