My Fauxtography: Cemeteries: Gallery One

I wouldn’t say that I have the best camera in the world, but I do have a natural eye for moments. In fact, if I had a great camera, I’d be dangerous. Even with limits, I’ve garnered some impressive feeling in some of my photos. What I want people to get from my photos is the same feeling I felt in experiencing that moment. Granted a few moments are brief and I’m just like, “Oh, what a cool absract,” but then other instances are more overwhelming natural minutes where there’s awe and all you can do is let the picture really speak. Others are just for fun and at times I’ll take a picture because it makes me think, “I’d like to draw that later” And yes, I take a lot of photos in cemeteries. If you should decide to share, please give me credit? Thanks.

3 thoughts on “My Fauxtography: Cemeteries: Gallery One

  1. I’m always amazed by how you capture your world. For most of us, when we see or hear something special, we pause briefly to savor it and move on….the moment soon forgotten. But you extend those extraordinary moments indefinitely by giving them words and images, and sharing them with those of us fortunate enough to receive them.

  2. The industrial revolution is also important for the visual and auditory revolutions it spawned, film, phonographs, etc. They changed society.
    SO, you say you want a revolution,…..and I quote. 🙂

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