My photography does not really target specific themes, even though I am drawn to our natural world like water, plants, wildlife, sky and landscapes that touch my heart.
Sometimes I cannot get enough pictures of one setting, object – or country, and other times I do not seem to find any inspiration at all. Like William Neil said in this article: “The creative life of an artist has its cycles like seasons, its own ebbs and flows in the sea of experience and ideas. I’ve learned to embrace this process, riding high when new images come easily and being patient when my vision seems stale and repetitive. If inspiration isn’t appearing, I won’t force the issue. My goal is to see the beauty around me as a daily practice, and if I stay connected to that purpose, I know the images will come.”