Hands of Brian with Orange, 11.14.17
I often think of these lines in the film, The Wizard of Oz, by Dorothy, payed by Judy Garland, Written by Frank Baum. (From the same film; the scene where Frank Morgan delivered the line, “He’s the horse of a different color that you’ve heard tell about.” When in each of the scenes following that line, the horse, indeed, was a different color. I thought that was genius!)
“If I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with.”
Sometimes people think that you have to visit exoctic palces, landmarks, popular cities to create a great photograph. But sometimes we miss what is right under our noses, beautiful, amazing things. All you have to do is quiet your mind, look around, try to feel what is around you. Then look closer and you’ll find many beautiful images waiting to be recorded.
This photo, is of the (in)famous Brian Robinson, holding and orange that he had just zested. It says alot to me of strength, domination and form.
What do you see?