I took this early one morning at the fishing pier in Sarasota. This is a long exposure that I've manipulated to enhance the water and the reflections. As you can see in my gallery I create images as much from may camera as my minds eye. I'm not so interested in documenting a scene, rather using the camera and my techniques as a canvas for my imagination. This is perfect example of that.
The idea is that I try to bring my own expressions to an image. I do it mostly for myself because its creative and I get great enjoyment from it. As I create each new image I discover a part of myself in it. So each image is a part of me and as I share it we connect through a part of my imagination. In this way we might just be communicating at a deeper level than through other means.
Sometimes it takes a lot of effort, other times no so much. Ideas for images come to me either as I take them or later as I think about them. Regardless, it's free flowing, there are no rules or guidelines, just me playing with images all of the time. Even when I'm not engaged in creating images I'm still thinking about them. That's what I call an upward spiral of art and creativity. I can think far worse things to be immersed in.