In preparation for our class pilgrimage to the Holy Land, I'm starting up a photojournal in the hopes of offering a daily image of some of the people and places we're privileged to visit during our 10 weeks there. In years past, most of the offerings have been a chronicle of "first-we-went-here-and-saw-this-then-we-went-somewhere-else-and-saw-some-other-cool-holy-stuff," so it's my hope to offer more of a creative window into the places we visit and our experience of them. Of course, the more I get to know my classmates, the more fascinated with their stories I've become, so you can expect to see some portraiture as well.
One image per day with a short entry, reflection, or commentary to accompany it seems the best way to accomplish my goal. The images I've already posted on the photoblog aren't exactly stunning, but part of this is meant to be a discipline and apprenticeship into the photographic craft. To this end, your comments, suggestions, and feedback would be much appreciated. As was noted in the recent Brothers Bloom:
A photograph is a secret of a secret. The more it shows, the less you know.
I'll continue cross-posting on this blog for those of you that are following it, but feel free to bookmark the photoblog directly. You can find it at the link below.