Possibly the largest question in modern photography is: Why do it? An examination of that question is infinitely more important than f-stop numbers and workflow. Those things tend to resolve themselves over time. But the question of why persists. There is no single answer but the many attempts at formulating one is a defining factor in the art form. In the end, photography is an intellectual pursuit.
Inkriver shows the work of Canadian photographer and graphic artist Paul Saturley. He now lives and works on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.