That's right. I love taking photographs around the time of sunset for its dramatic hues on everything (see why I choose sunsets over sunrises here). But that doesn't mean I necessarily capture where the sun is.
To me, when I feel something in my heart, that's when I press the shutter button. It's a process where the heart comes first, and the technicality follows. As the great Henri Cartier-Bresson said, "to take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart".
While I was traveling in this ancient town of Hongcun, China (see also here and here), this scene captured my heart. I "froze" it in my camera and brought it back so you can see what I mean. Has it touched your heart?
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