When I do a photo shoot, I always go overboard in number of shots. I figure, especially with digital, better to have too much than not enough. I will make several passes through and sort out the best few I like in Lightroom. But I let the rest sit….sometimes for weeks, and almost always, I will see something, someone else has done, and it will inspire me to go back and then, suddenly, I find a hidden gem of a shot I never noticed before. It’s a strange wonder how you can overlook something that becomes your favorite after so many times of looking at it in a crowd.
|—||Ernest Hemingway, The Art of Fiction (via larmoyante)|
The heroic boy from upstate New York who saved six relatives but died trying to save his grandfather from a blaze was honored with a full firefighter’s funeral Wednesday.
What a lovely family!
What I am to you you do not need
What I am to you is not what you mean to me
You give me miles and miles of mountains
And I’ll ask for the sea