The Solitude of a Macro Photographer
Posted: December 14, 2016 in Uncategorized
When I started out in photography in 2001 I wanted to be a landscape or wildlife photographer.
It wasn’t to long before I realized landscape and wildlife photography wasn’t for me.
When I went to the national parks, there were people and photographers everywhere.
It was just to crowded.
What I love about macro photography is when I leave the paths and payment and head into the woods searching for subjects, I am all alone.
I need solitude when I’m in nature, and not all the distraction of having tons of people around.
Just me and nature.
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