Maybe I failed to mention: before becoming a good photographer, get yourself a good editor, or become one!
A good editor will tell you that you should not limit your choice in freezing a scene where a kid is throwing a ball, even if the ball is looking like a globe (Alex Webb, Tehuantepec, Mexico).
A good editor in you, will tell you not to limit yourself to a passing shadow in the foreground when there are whole worlds to discover in the background (Economopoulos, Cuba).
And if you start refusing taking pictures of reflections on bus and train windows; if you put your camera down in front of misery and suffering (the engines of western society); if you realise that fails are nothing more than sparklers; if you admit that all the above are transient, illusory and ephemeral bubbles, then you will probably envy and echo Spiros' work!
Spiros is a great editor and he knows how to joggle with both a fugitive moment and a perpetual geometry.
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