Occasionally in life there are times when words and sentences completely escape you. When you are incapable of stringing thoughts together in a way that can adequately convey what you are experiencing and feeling. It is one of the great flaws of the English language. There are many words bouncing around in my head these days, but they aren’t ready to come out yet. They are infantile and fragile. They will come in a flood I’m sure, they will come out of me like a cascading waterfall when they are fully formed. Until then, I have photography for you and maybe a recipe soon, though I haven’t been doing much cooking lately either.
Photography feels fitting for right now, viewing the world through a lens, slightly protected by the thin rings of glass. My film Canon has been my companion these days, and my trusty iPhone for quick snapshots. I’m living and capturing moments through the quick click of the shutter.
This series of photographs were taken on a October day trip to Westport, Washington on the Pacific coast.