Continuing on with the trend from last week, I've got on another friend who's venturing into the rabbit hole of photography.
Funnily enough, Doug was my roommate for an entire year, and I had no idea that he was such a visual person, and yet now almost a year after moving out, we've reconnected over this simple common interest.
One look at the picture, and you can see why I as interested in finding the story behind it. Here's what Doug has to say:
"So this is a photo I took while my family was traveling around Cinque Terre, back in September. There is a hike between the five cities that make up the Cinque Terre coast, we had been hiking most of the day, and we approached Manarola right around sunset.
I shot the photo on my iPhone 6s, using the panorama function, and only lowered the brightness before taking the photo. I take a lot of sunset pictures, like too many, but there is something incredibly beautiful about this photo, it captures something beautiful, but it also captures a memory, which is how I feel every photo should be taken."
Listening to what he had to say about it was awesome, because it's exactly how I feel about the pictures I take. It's the memory that makes up most of it, and invoking an emotion in the viewer is the best part about photography.
Follow Doug here.
What are your thoughts on the picture? Do you have another view on photography overall?
I would love to hear it. Leave a comment or two below.