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Moments to stop and realize what photographers are doing.
I took this photograph on the California Coast just a couple hours after arriving at LAX. I love the Quote from the movie "One Hour Photo"
I've had this photo in a folder "To work on" for awhile. Its not an image that stands out with all my other street scenes, but for some reason I've been wanting to express something with it. I think this quote is perfect on why I even took the image to begin with. I feel he's smiling behind that camera. The way his cheeks are raised would confirm this. It's a simple moment that happened while I was on the beach in L.A. but it stopped me from moving on and made me notice. This picture of her could be framed and hanging on his wall at work or home. It could be something he stares at everyday and smiles at, or it could be simply in a folder on his computer titled: "Someday_print" Either way, don't forget the power of photography. Selah
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