This morning, for whatever reason I was inspired to dig through some old negatives from the beginning of my obsession with photography. I found some interesting pictures that I remember being excited about at one time or another. It's amazing how my perceptions of what constitutes a good image has changed yet remained remarkably similar to how I've always felt. I think it's important for students and professionals alike to revisit old images. It's good to see how much you've learned and to see how your aesthetic as a photographer has developed.
All of the images below were shot between 2000 and 2003 from Pennsylvania to Colorado to Idaho. I actually still like all of them. I associate learning experiences with each one and could tell a story about each picture. For now though, I'll just leave it to you to make your own interpretations.