A famous photographer, Andreas Gurski, created an image, "99 Cent II Diptychon", that gained fame outside of the art world because of what it sold for at auction – over 3 million dollars. Mr. Gurski is still alive. I have often dreamed of selling an #image for 1 million dollars. And I have dreamed of winning the lottery too. I have dreamed about #Halle Berry being my girlfriend. I have dreamed about a lot of stuff – but that’s cool, dreams. But I pretty much keep myself planted in reality – go to work, be a father, keep working on my photography. I work on my photography in an effort to make it better. But sometimes I just photograph things just to see what it looks like. This is not Andreas Gursky’s "99 Cent II Diptychon". It’s just me in the store with my phone looking at colors. I did no post production on these, no Melisandre, the red woman, magic to make them look like this or that – just taking a picture for the sake of seeing what it looks like. It’s a snapshot, nothing more. But, truth be told, I wouldn’t mind it if this “piece” commanded a million dollars at one of those auspicious art events and Halle Berry was there on my arm full of admiration at what I have created. Now that’s a dream.