As mentioned in Dr. Wolf's essay in my previous post, Caspar David Friedrich has been a big influence on my work lately. I've been shooting a series of self-portraits (mostly) entitled "the Wanderer", inspired by many of his Romantic landscapes, below is a slice from that series. Apologies if you've seem some of these in my recent European posts, but I was of course exponentially inspired while roaming around Friedrich's homeland. Thanks to Magdalene, Wes and Tiffany in help in creating some of these. Enjoy!
This is to serve as a photographic journal of the aforementioned. I present my images with no other place to call home, a portfolio of my wanderings, a diary to document and quantify a hint of my history. If not to share, than at least to remember. Life is hectic, time is short, memories are shorter. I have no clue where I’m going if I can’t remember where I’ve been. If a picture is worth a 1000 words, then this would be my novel, and I'll let the images do most the talking. Enjoy! -GSPs. You can see more work at garretsuhrie.com