A lonely busker sits on the street, plucking at his banjo. Fuji X10 28mm f/2.8 1/1000 ISO 200
There is something that rises inside of him and pushes against the inside of his skull. It is almost an ache, a presence there in his brain that is only relieved when his fingers are moving, when the sound comes and the vibrations pulse. Music sits deep inside him and it must find an exit. This creative impulse is at the centre of himself and it must needs find a way out.
Sometimes getting a good picture is simply a matter of having a camera with you. I was driving around Victoria and stopped at a light. I looked over to my left and saw this guy sitting on the sidewalk. I grabbed my X10 out of my purse and quickly snapped off an image. I wanted to put him off centre and to have a large empty space in the sidewalk so I composed and snapped before the light changed. The amount of thought and planning I put into the image was minimal but having my camera with me and ready to go made the image possible.