When taking pictures I am scanning the world.
I want to get an idea of It and of myself.
Visualising what I have found.
Both makes me alert.

It can happen on the spur of a moment.
That blink of an eye could mean the birth of an image.

He says:
The most important thing is what the eyes are doing when seeing. But this is not dictated by the eyes.

My wandering eye, the eye of the camera and the consciousness behind both, all working together to create an inexplicable coexistence. There is no resemblance in seeing. I have to accept new results, pictures never seen before.
When looking around, I am searching for oneness. Images surround me wherever I am. Microcosmic fragments of the creation. Appearing on the camera's display.Sometimes the urge: Do it.