“Did you see that?”
“Never mind. It’s gone.”
“I can’t count the number of times I’ve seen something, and in the blink of an eye, it’s gone. ” The photographs in this collection by photographer Laurie Salzler are the ones where in a split-second something occurred, a physical morph where the subject left or changed, and spiritually, stirred Salzler’s soul. “Nothing remaining but a memory to be described as best one can. But sadly, memories fade and along with them the feelings evoked with them.”
Salzler has always said that if her photographs made just one person per day take notice of their surroundings and give into the emotions felt when they see something, this earth and its inhabitants have a better chance of surviving.
May you be a force toward healing.