Photo Location: Cayucos, California
The most difficult thing for me is to come up with names for my photography art. Unlike musicians, half of whom, don't know when you ask them whether they write lyrics or create music first. When it comes to the art of photography, I just go out in to the world with my eyes open, then look for something unique to capture and come up with how I want to describe it later. "Deep Longing" was born during the time of lockdown in California. It was about to be lifted completely, as I was exploring the all familiar towns along the coastline. I couldn't help but notice the most obvious piece that made this whole situation strange- was the fact that there weren't many people anywhere. And don't get me wrong, I love my solitude, yet still, something always felt a little off. It's not like there weren't any people, since there were plenty of them out there. However, something was still missing. And I now understand what it was. It was the soul that the towns have lost because visitors weren't coming, businesses weren't open, everyone was scrambling to follow the rules, streets were dark and empty. And I was finishing the mimosa served in a cheap plastic cup at the restaurant. I thought to myself- this world is nothing without people. I mean, it's beautiful. But how much is that beauty worth, when there isn't anyone around to appreciate it!
Deep Longing- a large wall art is offered as museum gallery acrylic mounted print in few different sizes. Shipping is free to all 50 states. It's a little moody, dark and on the side of being somber. Therefore it's best to be used in a darker setting perhaps as wall art for bedroom or office artwork or for the not-such-bright hallway. Please allow 4-6 weeks for production and delivery after you have placed the order