Last fall Liz and I took a trip down the Rhine River with my sister and brother-in-law. One of the castles we toured was Marksburg sitting high up on the banks of this great river.
It fascinates me today, still reeling from this unnaturally warm weather, to think of what was important in the 12th century compared to today. They didn’t know about climate change or carbon foot prints. Salt and warmth and safety seem to top their list. Interesting that two of the three are still way up on my list. And if I had absolutely no salt, it would be even further toward the top of my list.
What else is important to me today? Really important? How can I use photography to capture that and share it with other people and, at the same time, make some difference in the arc of our future?