This past weekend I had the opportunity to see the movie, Don’t Blink, a documentary about Robert Frank. Frank is one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century and is most famous for his book, The Americans. The book contains photographs from his 1955 road trip across the United States when he photographed people from all walks of life. In the documentary, Frank said that he mostly photographed people because that is what he found most interesting. Although I am also drawn to photographing humanity, on occasion I stumble upon a scene, devoid of people, that has enough visual interest to shoot.