A visitor reading the inscriptions on the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. The memorial is made up of six glass towers, each five stories tall, with a walkway that allows visitors to walk through each tower and look up through the four glass walls. On each of the glass walls are inscribed the numbers from 0000000 through 6000000 in order, split up over the six towers. There are also various writings, poems, and memos that were written during, or about the holocaust.
I’m making an attempt to shoot photos differently than I usually do in hopes of finding some new ideas. I often find myself shooting the same things in the same way, over and over, and I feel the need to break that cycle. I’m certain to flop on a lot of ideas, but I am prepared for that. At the same time, I also hope to find a few little niches here and there and be able to expand on them. Either way, I think it will be good for me to do, maybe even push me in a different direction, one that I can feel a bit more comfortable in and still keep things fresh.