Welcome to a new feature here on One Tree Past The Fence.
It's all about mistakes. We all make em.
It's how we move forward and what we learn that counts.
I know right? (grinning)
I'm calling it Fix This Dish.
I'm not the best cook. I'm not.
I have a handful of recipes I do well.
I have a lot of recipes that look great in photos.
I lose something in my execution.
I thought I'm going to post the not so good and ask for your help.
I'm asking you to fix this dish~!
Salt and pepper the salmon filets.
Top with a sprig or two of dill.
Wrap the salmon with thin strips of zucchini.
Brush the zucchini wrapped salmon with olive oil
Salt and pepper also.
Bake at 425 for about 15 minutes.
If you need to brown the top a little bit,
hit broil for a couple of minutes.
It didn't taste bad. It almost tasted good.
It sure looked pretty.
I KNOW it could be great...but how?
Photography for me, has always been about telling the story,
one I do without words. In any story there is a beginning a middle
and an end. There are those rare moments when you get all three
in one shot. And you know it when you shoot it.
You just do, you can feel it.
Then there are stories that demand more.
Pieces of the whole. It's a phrase I use often.
It's the only way I know how to define my work.
They say we are more than the sum of our parts,
philosophical speaking I suppose that's true.
But...when it comes to telling a story,
it has everything to do with the parts.
It doesn't matter if it's a wedding, or a lake shot, or a food image.
It's still all about the details, and the details are in the details.
All I want to do is tell the story.
say everything I cannot.
They not only tell the subjects story,
they also tell my own.
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