Remember when I wrote about Quintessential Moments? It focused on benchmark or definitive moments in our growth as photographers. Maybe it was a photograph where a new concept fell perfectly into place. Maybe it was an image that had a profound impact on you-- or someone else. One thing that I mentioned in passing at the end of the article was that you can't force these moments. You can't stack the deck and artificially create a defining moment.
I should have taken my own advice this past weekend.
Dragon*Con once again came to town, and with it came its annual parade. I have a pretty healthy comic book and sci-fi nerd streak in me, so it's always a good time wandering around with my camera, getting fun shots of people with perhaps...well, let's just say they take their love for these characters way more seriously I do. Way, WAY more seriously. And come on-- who doesn't love a parade?
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