I can’t always be serious about my photography. I should say, I don’t want to always be serious about my photography.
Sometimes the creation of a photo you can laugh at or at the very least smile about is worth taking time to create.
This shot happened in two parts: The expansive ‘cityscape’ is a photo I took recently from a vantage point I’d never visited before; the ever-so-high-up on the hill, Coit Tower in the North Beach sector of San Francisco. I’m always looking for new ways to get my exercise in and believe me, this was a climb and a half!
The fiver of me tumbling across the sky actually came from a recent shoot I did at The Palace of Fine Arts also in San Francisco.
Why the two shots formed a composite in my mind is anyone’s guess. I don’t question the process anymore… why should I? I follow where the Muse leads and trust the final outcome, period.
Would I travel like this if say I woke up tomorrow and…could?