I enjoy making photographs of big dramatic landscapes and cityscapes, but very often tucked among the looming natural and urban features there are small human figures, usually with their backs to the camera or caught in profile.
There are the figures sitting on logs on a beach, looking at the ship traffic in the distance, or are just , barely visible as small black figures at the base of a long rocky cliff. Then there are the four men taking a smoke break on a rooftop, amid a sea of angular tiled roofs and curved lintels. The man in a green shirt and a red cap at the rail of a covered bridge makes a timely and apt appearance. These figures seem as intently absorbed in the landscape or cityscape as I am, and I try to get the camera into their heads and let it evoke what they are seeing.