I’ve fallen behind with my blog. Again. It has been a busy few weeks at work, with 16 hour days for the last two weeks. Endless meetings followed by long rehearsals. By the time I am finished at work all I really wanted to do is go to bed. I was tired at the end of the day, yes, but it was not as if I didn’t manage to find little bits of time to take for myself. I did get home for lunch a few times, or just got out of the office for 30 minutes or an hour before the evening rehearsals began. In fact, it was during one of those evening breaks that I noticed a different perspective of a familiar spot. I’ve seen Bayfront Park many times, but this time I saw it differently. It is in these small windows of time that I am free to just take things in; to look at the same things I see every day and try and imagine them in a different way. I need to remind myself that these small moments, these brief interludes, are mine, to get my photographs, collect my thoughts, and reboot my brain. I just need to remind myself that it is the little moments that matter the most.
Duluth, Minnesota based photographer specializing in Landscape and Environmental Portraiture.