Time leaves us attempting to reconstruct what was once solid flesh and blood. All photographs by definition are of an instance in the past. Even sharp photos are only a minor sliver of what was previously solid. As years go by those memories fade faster than the pigments on the paper before us. The past becomes a memory of smoke- something that can be imaged, but never was still or fixed.
Lucas James is a fine art photographer based in Manchester, NH. He owns Anisotropic Images Photography.