This weekend I was reading Photofocus, a blog about photography by Scott Bourne. I read in it an article that reminded me of what I often think about when it comes to my own photos. In it, he stressed the importance of focusing on the picture, not the technique. When I hear critiques of a photo, I prefer to hear about the feelings the photos invoke rather than focusing on how the pic was made. Composition, focus, colors are all important, but sometimes the focus is more on these than on the actual impact of the shot.
And to me, in the end that is what really matters.
Today I uploaded another pic of Taneak. Instead of focusing on how I made it, I prefer to focus on the feelings that it invokes. For me the first thing I think of is peace.