02-14-12 Monument

This is a shot of the front of the Terry Redlin Center in Watertown, South Dakota. And I think it is a good example of the power of the photographer to direct the viewer’s attention to details and views that he or she wouldn’t or couldn’t get independently. Most people see the Redlin center like …

Things Unseen

I’ve said before and I’ll probably say it again: photography has the power to force the viewer to see things that are often ignored. We ignore them because either we don’t have the time, the inclination or the interest. Those of us who capture images might say that some people just don’t have “the eye.” …