Hat In Hand, Charleston, SC - 2013
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Some photographers carry a small notebook while they're out with their camera so they can make notes about where they've been and what they photographed. I'm not one of those photographers. I like to travel light, carrying only what is absolutely essential. A notebook and pen is just too much of a bother. As a result, I sometimes forget the details of what I've photographed. Such is the case with the photo above.
Beyond, "somewhere in the Charleston area", I can't remember where this statue is, or who it commemorates. Evidently, I wasn't impressed enough to photograph the entire statue, only this detail of the man's hand holding his hat. Does the fact that this photo creates more questions than it answers make it more interesting? I don't know. Maybe I should start carrying that notebook.