There's a fine new interview by Tara Cronin with B&W underwater photographer Wayne Levin on Lenscratch today. A very well-done presentation throughout. Nice, and worth your while.
A brief sample, from Wayne, related to the quotation above: "I don’t feel that I am able to live my life in realization of the mystery. In my day to day life, I’m a bundle of uncertainties, hopes, anxieties, anger, joy, tension, and relaxation, just like most humans. I do however often have a strong philosophical bent, and a drive that borders on obsession with my photography. I do feel that often I learn and get new ideas or concepts from my photographs. They teach me and open up new possibilities."
At the very least, head on over and look at the photographs. Not like anyone else's.
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Jack: "Whoa, thanks, Mike, that was a treat. Sometimes I see photos and think, I can do that too. In this case I say I'm glad Wayne can do that, because I can't, but really like his work.