There is always a picture waiting to be taken. The most common things can be great photos with the right light, that great composition. The works of Robert Adams are stunning examples of what it means to refresh the familiar.
‘Still photographs often differ from life more by their silence than by the immobility of their subjects. Landscape pictures tend to converge with life, however, on summer nights, when the sounds outside, after we call in children and close garage doors, are small – the whir of moths, the snap of a stick.’ – Robert Adams