I wish I could reshoot the fence photo I took in the Robles Park community. There's a lot of culture in a small space in a neighborhood I didn't know existed until I stumbled onto it.
The out-of-focus silhouette was the main shot I expected from this series. I felt a bit of pain from the irony of being near her throughout the night to then see her standing alone as random cars and people passed by. That was familiar to me.
I had that shot in mind more or less. I knew I'd be shooting downtown at night, so there'd be a deeper contrast mixing with deeper feelings brought on by odds of numbers and time.
There's no replacement for sharp images. But I do enjoy the shaky ones. I think they let me reference that time more as it felt as if it's replicating that time's emotional flurry.