I’ve been reading (and looking) at a lot of books and pictures lately. I was inspired to go out with nothing but prime lenses and just take pictures of what’s around me. Sooner or later this pandemic will be under control and life will be back to some sort of normalcy. I am struck by how photographers like Diane Arbus and Don McCullin, who took very different types of pictures in very different types of environments captured the humanity of the world they were in. There is dignity in all of us, no matter what our plight and circumstances may be. So last Saturday afternoon, I just went out and took pictures of the world around me. I think that every once in a while, we just need to see the world and remember what it is that makes it whole. Not the grand things. Just every day things.
Nova Scotia and Cape Breton are wonderful places to explore. Some of the highest tide height differentials in the planet. For the wild, moody coastlines. For the mountains, the ocean views, the forests and the waterfalls. And then there are the buildings that add color and uniqueness to this beautiful Canadian province.