"No matter where one goes in the world, there is always something magnificent to see." It's true.
I am fortunate to live next the the Danube, Donau in German, and have used this famous river as a muse. It sometimes pulls me to make a photograph or two. As I walked along the river on the Bavarian side, I came upon this tree partly submerged in the water. As I stood looking at it, I began to visualize the photograph. I saw it. I saw what I wanted. I saw how I would make it.
"No matter where one goes in the world, there is always something magnificent to see."
Sometimes I try to break away only to find myself wrapped up.
Sometimes I get caught up not seeing clearly.
Sometimes I look at myself only to see a blur.
Sometimes what I see is somewhere between clear and unclear.
Sometimes we all just get wrapped up.
The art of photography is an ever evolving journey.
Sometimes I look at negatives from the past that I passed on for some reason or another. This photograph is one of the passes. For whatever reason, I saw it in a completely different way ... I saw that it had this antique look.