Illusions of Progress


Illusions of Progress is inspired by the feeling of being not quite sure if your efforts are paying off.

Photographed on a chilly weekend morning in January, I think this is both one of my best and worst photographs. From the technical standpoint, there is nothing “correct” about this picture. Nothing is in focus, the horizon is crooked, and the guy on the far left is cut off through his eye. But, of my photos that make use of a black fading to white composition, I think Illusions of Progress is still one of the most successful.

This image is currently available as a fine art print in my ART SHOP.

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