Dancing (about our memories).

In this frame, they exist perpetually in motion, yet perpetually frozen in time.

We often review the images of our memories this way… in stop-start sequences.  Some frames are conjured from the darkest recesses of our minds — simultaneously blurry-and-sharp, complete-and-incomplete, and often… out of sequence.

(please click on the image to view)

↑Leica M9 and Konica Hexanon 60mm @ f/1.2.

10 thoughts on “Dancing (about our memories).

  1. Trevor says:

    As always, this is very nice.

  2. Jason Howe says:

    Mesmerizing and so eloquently surmised….

  3. greg says:

    It is a deep stream that runs within your eldest, no?

    My own daughter just turned 31 this week. I can not explain how wonderful it is that you share some of these beautiful little times. Thanks.

  4. calvininjax says:

    An absolutely marvellous shot.

  5. Guy Platt says:

    This is something special. I saw it first on my telephone and couldn’t pick up what I was looking at. I am glad that I cam back now and looked on a larger screen. It does look so much like a moment in time to be remembered.

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