My wife told me the other day that she and her mom were going through our large picture bin…and that she could tell which photos I had taken, as opposed to those that other family members had taken over the years. She told me that I took pictures of objects and scenery…and very rarely of people…. My wife then proceeded to conduct a three-minute psychological analysis of my attachment disorder vs. autism spectrum disorder quotients and determined that I wasn’t screwed-up beyond repair…but that hope was fleeting. So, in an attempt at self-therapy, I have dedicated myself to incorporating more people into my photography. I don’t know if it’s working yet…but I understand that therapy often takes a long time and progress is measured incrementally….
People eat apples….
There is more than a little about this guy that resembles a person.
And since this guy is so human-like, he probably eats apples, too…so he probably qualifies even more to be considered as a person…or people-like.
Lastly, this is Wilson…my little one’s best friend, his guardian and protector…and is definitely a person. You might also notice that my knee and neck are in the picture…almost a self-portrait and definitely parts of a person.
So, this is my first attempt at incorporating more people into my photography. I think I might have done well, but will have to wait until my psychologist reviews the work to be sure….
September 24, 2011 | Categories: From Somewhere Inside, Photos - Outdoors, Portraits - People | Tags: attachment disorder, autism, backyard fun, family, jokes, Keeshond, life, photography, psychology, Transformer | 8 Comments