Days of Thunder

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Photography in a sense is also a feeling, what I see through the viewfinder is not just a frame. The moment can be exhilarating, calm, mundane, beautiful or something else. When I press the shooter I freeze the moment and also my emotions.

Adrian L. 08-10-2011

12 comments:

Autumnforest said...

Adrian, that was just stunning! The turmoil above and below are sort of fighting for the waterworks and for attention. And, somewhere between the two lies excitement.

Val said...

I'm certain I just saw a sockeye leap in the air. :) Your words are completely true, you do freeze your emotions in these photographs and therein lies the artistry, to meld your feelings with the image.

Diego Sousa said...

really deep! love B&W pics

Donna Lynn Grace said...

I love this photo! Photography is an amazing means of capturing beauty. It reminds me of something I read recently, "To not simply be lulled by beauty but to read God in the beauty, the eyes need wear His word and to see a thousand gifts, a thousand features of His face, I first need slow my life, wear a lens of words, and turn the inner eye." (Ann Voskamp)

Fábio Martins said...

So quiet! Nice job

Peaches Ledwidge said...

I love the feeling you noted about taking a picture.

Miamor said...

...yes...you wise man..that is soo true..

Donna K. Weaver said...

What a beautiful blog. LOVE your photos!

BeautifulDees said...

Wow what a breath taking photo...even in black and white it really did capture so much.
Thank's for sharing your talent.
Love,debbie:)

Adsila said...

I love the way you explain this photo. I can totally see your vision. Wild and beautiful.

Carla Fernanda said...

Sim o meu blog tem esse nome que tirei de um verso da minha poesia Lucidez.
Bem vindo amigo!!
Vou precisar traduzir seus posts.
Devagarinho vou te visitando tá?
Boa noite!
Carla

adeeyoyo said...

You couldn't have found a more apt title, Adrian. Beautiful!