“Kierkegaard, in Either/Or, makes fun of the “busy man” for whom busyness is a way of avoiding an honest self-reckoning. You might wake up in the night and realize that you’re lonely in your marriage, or that you need to think about what your carbon footprint is doing to the planet, but the next day you have a million little things to do, and the day after that you have another million things. As long as there’s no end of little things, you never have to stop and confront the bigger questions.” -Jonathan Franzen, Best American Essays
…o shoot when it comes. The only dilemma being how and when to capture the realness in what you see. Remaining content when the lens falls perfectly upon a moment of bliss but knowing when to leave the camera behind and experience life in real time, present and alive. It’s an addictive gratification and a simple process; an art that weaves magic into memory. However, sometimes it’s just about being grateful for where you are and who you’re with.