Maybe my search for my identity should be filtered/honed/focused/simplified. Like maybe it’s not my entire comprehensive identity that I need to find, just my photographic identity. Such as…am I a portrait shooter, a scenery shooter, maybe macro shooter, pet shooter? Maybe I’m only good for sheep shots? My own sheep shots. I don’t want to shoot anybody’s sheep. I want to shoot my own sheep, not other people’s sheep.
Maybe my photography is just a search for my sheep. They aren’t and it’s not in the clouds. It’s not in the water. I like the clouds, I like the water, I like the ferries, I like boats. I like my street. I like my window views.
Walter is (or was if he has died which I would not know about) right. I like too many things. I can’t focus.
I’m trying to focus. I have learned a lot about it with my newest camera. Here’s a slideshow gallery I can embed from Lightroom Mobile. I don’t really like it, but I’m trying it out. It would save a lot of work. But…hmmm…it’s not very pretty.