A successful picture is one in which the viewer sees themselves.
The more we see ourselves in other people and in other places, the more we will cherish those people and places. But we must trust the truth we feel.
Truth resonates character. Character resonates truth. When we perceive true character, that generates trust.
Done well, photography speaks universally and authentically, overcoming barriers of language and culture and trust. So I choose photography to share true character of people and places.
I want people to see themselves in the people and places I photograph.
I’m wondering when you will have the schedule for the Montana Sr. Pro Rodeos and if you could send it to me? Thank you. Someone said they are in June and July??
I’m sorry, Hank. I don’t know the Montana Senior Rodeo schedule. Have you tried Googling it?
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