Silence by Sam Kaczur

Silence by Sam Kaczur

Yesterday was an emotional day for me. I posted my first photograph in a long time. One that I truly believe came directly from my soul. I was excited, happy, upset and full of fear. I know the fear I felt was the fear of moving into unknown territory. A territory I have looked at for so long but was hesitant to take that leap of faith.

That territory is art photography. It is time to embrace what I am truly meant to do!

This photograph embodies my feelings over the past few months, months where I needed to step back and focus within. I needed to stop the idle chatter that filled my head, take time to calm my soul and truly ask myself what I wanted with my life, what I wanted to show the world. I have been running away from my emotions the past few years; the heartbreak of declining health, the loss of loved ones and the overwhelming feeling of being utterly silenced to the rest of the world. I finally decided to accept the silence that I so needed and have started to find my way through my darkened path. I will discover my journey and push myself ever forward, trusting my instincts and discovering what is hidden in the dark.

More blogs to come, showing you my every step through this new journey.

For those of you who are interested in owning a print of this photograph, I am currently going through the steps to find out more about what I want to do for prints, sizes and costs and will get back to you soon! This is all new to me and I am so overwhelmed but excited!

All the best,

Where shall the word be found, where will the word / Resound? Not here, there is not enough silence.
— T. S. Eliot