I have had a desire to try this for some time. When Pamela and I vacationed in Maui, we went to the beach, just a few blocks from our Condo to attempt to capture a photograph of the spirit of the ocean.
She is infinite and dark, beautiful and terrible all at once. This was the best I was able to do, but it was a first attempt. I like this photo because it represents to me possibility. There is an idea here I want to explore more.
I hesitated posting this because this one of very personal to me, for a variety of reasons.
I have very much favored the work of several notable abstract expressionists, most personally Mark Rothko. His color fields speak to me on a visceral level, something older than I am, something ancient inside of me. I want this photo to feel the same, it does not.
This is also a pretty big departure from the other work I generally do. Though this fits into my travel photography, it is uniquely different.
I consider this photo a success even though it isn’t exactly my intent. Even when we fail, the results can be unexpectedly wonderful!
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