D35 – Walk Tall and Fly Like An Eagle

Exploring reality and myself while getting out of the house. I am starting to realize some answers to questions that I have always asked myself. It’s becoming clearer to me as what to do with everything in my life. Slowly but surely I am making the necessary changes to live a better life. I know that there is a giant wave of negativity coming my way soon, however, I will not let this wave destroy me.

It’s easier said than done but I will continue to go like Eagles did against the Patriots. I’m willing to bet it all to capture every 1st down until I get into the end zone. I won’t rest until the job is done even if I have to fight every minute. I will not breakdown until all my problems are behind me.

This photo represents my journey going through life. I may be at a standstill but I am a bridge that will allow me to get to somewhere better. I enjoy this photo a lot because of the good day I was having and the overall style of the photo.

Fly like an eagle,

David

I

I Street bridge in Sacramento, CA. Built in the early 1900s and has been beautiful ever since. I love the area around it as well, it’s perfect for riding bikes and photo walks. You can see a lot of buildings that have been around for a long time. It’s also very close to old Sacramento. I love these kind of moments and hope to capture more shots in this area. 

Love the process of growth,

David

Reflection of Life

Sometimes we reach a point in life where we have to make choices. We  can’t be idle as our days are limited. Why hide who we are? At times, it pays to be the subject of your own work. You will realize things about yourself and your “style”. It does wonder for you if you happen to fight an enemy unforeseen in he physical world. 

This shot respersents the beauty of nature and man made structures. The darkness of nature highlights the lighter nature of the bridge. We can see the reflection of the bridge in the water adding to the depth. I am proud of this shot and what it represents to me. 

Take time to understand yourself and your subject,

David

Explore

Went out with my family to the old part of my city. We walked around for an hour or two. In this photo, we were exploring for a decent bathroom. Decided to try the river king and we’re quite successful. 

I captured a lot of the moments during this journey but understood when not to take a shot. I will always remember the emotions I felt on that great day. I only hope I can one day be able to fully transfer more emotions through my art.

Tell a story with your art that is able to express itself. I believe that is what makes great art. Not art thats proper or focuses too much on technique. Just create your work the way you want. 

Smile,

David

Explore your world

I’m talking about the environment around you. Explore every depth of where you live even if you been there before. You may discover something new or something you always wanted to capturr but never had your camera. Never complain that you have nothing to shoot thats a damn lie. Shoot old subjects from different angles. Take shots you normally wouldn’t explore different niches.

For instance, I mainly do street but I capture a lot of architectural shots but I venture into abstract, fashion, nature, Industrial, and portrait photography. My main focus is architectural but I capture whatever shot I have a story for. 

The night was young and beautiful as I explored the depths of downtown. The Tower Bridge shined marvelously as me and my family peered to the sky as the day closed. 

Venture into the outside world (be careful),

David

Untraditional path

Never be afraid to follow a different path from the norm. You should only do that if you want to be an average Joe for the rest of your life. There’s nothing wrong with that but that’s not for me. I chose to create my own path and design my world as I see fit. 
Walk your own way and live freely. This was taken with my Cybershot on a warm afternoon. Took the opportunity to visit somewhere new and took a lot of pictures at that park. 

Live well,

David