"My compositions are usually the result of serendipity. Although it does happen occasionally, I don’t tend to go out with a preconceived shot in my head, seeking a specific arrangement of things to go with that view. I prefer to keep my eyes and mind open for an alignment of things that convey their story to me.
I look for these narratives in urban landscapes that document fading echoes of lives lived. I watch for little mysteries in commonplace occurrences. I try to convey what silence looks like. My stories often have recurring themes of water, trees, and windows. I travel to places where the vastness and silence of a wide-open landscape fills me with awe, reminding me of my insignificance when compared with places that time and Mother Nature took eons to carve out." Lori
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