Spectacular sunset unfolds in front of me at the golden beach of Goa, India. It evokes an emotion so deep that I cannot name it in the recesses of my being.
I stood fixated by the lighting of the sun setting while a boy played chasing the tide. Clutching the iPad on my chest, afraid that I may drop it on the water, I stood further away to capture everything in my mind and hope it will leave an indelible memory.
I took a shot, just in case, I forget it.
When I tell stories to people about my experiences and escapades in life, they always ask “do you have a photo to show for?”
What does it matter?
Does the photo make it more believable? Does my story not good enough? Does one have to see to believe?
Then, the conversation has no depth.
I dedicate this photo to Amy of The World is a Book who encourages me in my amateur photography.
My thoughts on “Depth.”