Despite my depression and bouts of bitterness, I still feel like I walked away with some great images, that if anything, express what I wish for in my own life, and maybe a mixture of what is happening in my own life. Pain, grief, desiring passion, togetherness, separation. Strange, but Duston said this might be the most powerful time in my photography. I think he is right, at least partly. I walked away from his workshop with two things swimming in my head.
1: Ask a question and then answer it using your camera.
2: Watch the tangents.
Thank you Duston for being a great friend to me through the years and for your support in my desire to find who I am through my lens and behind it.
I love this art form. Love, love, love, love, love.