Fine Art Photography in Color and Black-and-White

Capturing the Moment

A woman walks past in the rain, high heels clicking on the sidewalk; two steeplejacks glance downward, suspended forever in two-tone mid-steeple; tracks curve and cross below a railroad bridge; snow falls incongruously on garden sculptures. These impromptu images are often the most successful, because they catch your eye in the first place. They are the photos you make on the fly, or stop to make expressly when you are walking or driving by.

Marc’s other essays include: Field and Farm; The Water’s Edge; In Flight; The Long View; and Close of Day.