I’m really very shallow

People who know me have heard me say many times – I’m really very shallow. Well, At least I’m not hollow. I think what I’m really trying to say is that as I get older and am more comfortable being me, I prefer to look outward – with my heart, eye and camera. I thoroughly enjoy capturing the simple moments in the ordinary world we live in day in and day out. I am not trying to make great statements about mankind, civilization, human nature or any of the seven sins. That can be judged from the images. A moment makes a statement. An expression makes a statement. Or sometimes the view makes a statement. I am glad I had the opportunity to capture it.

So, I am shallow – it’s not about me – that’s not important, it’s about acknowledging and tendering a memory of the moments or sights we (I) see… and sharing. Hopefully, the depth and meaning are visible because it is there for all of us to see.
Since I think in images, I speak with images. Besides, my camera is deep.