Two photos that are different yet similar.
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”
“Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like.”
David Alan Harvey
“Photography is the beauty of life captured.”
Another Ossining sunrise taken with my crappy cell and a little added enhancement!
“Each morning we are born again, what we do today is what matters most.”
My place of employment for the last 18 1/2 years.
I usually get to school around 6:30 am every day. At this time it is pretty much guaranteed that I am the only person walking the second floor where I have been situated now for almost 11 years. Within an hour, this same hallway will be swarming with teen angst. A diverse cross section of humanity waiting for the day to begin, waiting to see what the day will deliver. Sitting next to their lockers, they talk about their day, their classes, their friends and the weekend. As crazy as it sounds, the energy that the kids give off is infectious. That is why working in a high school is the best job you could ask for.
“The main thing to understand is that we are imprisoned in some kind of work of art.”
When I pulled into the parking lot at work yesterday, the clouds were the color of cotton candy. Hovering above the building was a huge pink mass that appeared to be motionless. Even with the lack of motion and the beauty of the clouds, the photo conveys more in that single moment than I could ever put into words on this page.
When I am lucky enough to see a sunrise such as this, the Terence McKenna quote at the beginning of this post makes perfect sense. Would being trapped in either photo be such a bad thing? An interesting quote to think about….
It was an excellent way to start the day!