Beyond the Lens: Why I Can’t ‘Not Take’ Photos

RedCliff Bridge - Aurora Borealis


I take photos because I can’t ‘not take’ photos that speak to me. I don’t shoot to satisfy art critics or to please others. Each photo I make is an outcome of my keen observation—a way to capture and hold onto moments that leave a lasting impression on me. These aren’t ordinary moments; they’re powerful and telling. I’m compelled to capture them, not just to preserve memories, but to express the deeper stories they embody. Each freeze-frame is more than a picture; it’s a narrative captured in time.

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