Growing up with a photographer father, there were always plenty of prints and slides around the house for me to admire. As a little girl, I’d sometimes find a random slide laying on the table and curiosity would force me to pause, hold it up to the light, and see what it was all about.
It’s a challenge for me, even to this day, to see a photograph and not stop to appreciate it for a while. I love the story or stories that every photograph contains.
Even when there are no people in the photograph, or no obvious action, there’s always a story.
Since we all know that a picture is worth a thousand words, I’ll stop writing now and leave you with the story of this beautiful suburban New Jersey sunset by my father…
The Jersey Girl
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