This is my first real autumn and the colors hypnotize me.
Young Moses by Gustave Moreau (1826-1898)
One of my favorite pieces in the Harvard Art Museums, it’s so much larger and more intricate in person. I love Moreau.
Earlier this summer I started working on some images inspired by my older work. I love the idea of revisiting ideas now that I have more experience and technical skill. This image is an obvious reference to my cotton series with inspiration taken from Lissy Elle Photography and Taylor McCormick Photography for the jet streams cutting through the composition. I really need to start flexing my creative muscles again, even if it’s just to do tiny experiments like this that might not turn into a big life changing series.
Of course I would come to this realization the weekend before I start working full time + second shooting weddings almost every weekend in October in November. Oh Lexi, will you ever learn?
song playing in my mind while looking at this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7E3ipevrY4
Just spent two weeks in Jacksonville visiting Jesse, my friends, and my Dad. I think a big theme in my life is sorting out where I feel most at home and it seems to always lead me back to the people that I love.
@jessebrantman at blue springs yesterday 🐠