Aside from the ones taken with my father's camera growing up, I took my first photographs at night in the Vermont woods. I was instantly more interested in the photographs made using long exposures than those made in daylight.  Night photographs, though unpredictable looked more sensuous and mysterious.

I am comfortable expecting the unexpected.  I do not look through the viewfinder and find out after processing what kinds of things happened.  Color shifts, space collapses, clarity is inexact, moving figures are spontaneous and focus calculation is guesswork.  The fun in these photographs is making those long exposures again and finding a moment of movement, color and a little mystery.