Roxanne Bouche' Overton Fine Art Photographer + Author + Speaker Through the lens, I find the grandeur of nature, the wonders of man, the mystery of shadows and reflections, and a connection to the infinite. My quest begins with light. It has a way of dancing – reflections, shimmers and rays grace scenes with magic. Light also adds visual depth taking a two dimensional photograph and giving it a three dimensional appearance. But lurking there in my peripheral vision, I see more. Sometimes I see snippets of the whole – abstracts, shapes and shadows. Other times I see motion – that fourth dimension. In order to translate that into my photography, I’ve freed my camera from its tripod perch so that the camera and I move together. I let the shutter linger open awhile, or perhaps click through some multiple exposures, to gather more of the scene – to let light bend a bit. Intentional camera movement becomes a dance that captures not just visual rhythms, but also evokes atmospheric and emotional expressions of that fleeting time that will not pass our way again.