There are always [at least] two people in every picture:
the photographer and the viewer.
I admire good photography. I am the viewer in the quotation by Ansel Adams. I took several photography courses in college and soon realized that I’d never devote the time and attention to the art of photography to become really good at it. Therefore, I take the role in photography that I do in music—I am the appreciative audience.
The photo above and the new masthead were photographed by Robert Pence. He photographs many urban scenes as well, and has a natural eye for geometric composition that I admire. I’ve added two new links to his photography online. See Urban Indiana and Robert Pence Images in the column at the right.