I get so much from a photograph that poses more questions than it answers. A degree of ambiguity leaves room for the viewer to provide their own response; in their own time. While so much of life rushes by, looking through photographs remains one of the few activities that encourages stillness and contemplation from those who wish to see. If anxious internal responses don’t speak louder than our breathing, then it’s my experience that seeing becomes possible.

An out of focus man stands in the middle of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin, Germany.