A landscape photographer has found the most fascinating, heartbreaking and, at times, heartbreaking parts of his or her work.
The photographer, who goes by the name of Alan, who is from Melbourne, Australia, says the most heartbreaking part of his work is when a landscape artist tells him he has created a landscape with the wrong information.
It was this very moment that sparked his passion to share his story with the world.
Mr Alan, from Melbourne in Australia, said the most upsetting moment came when a group of people in a group hug, with one of them crying.
“I was just standing in front of my phone looking at this photo and they were all hugging, and they all had tears coming down their faces,” he said.
“They all looked at the camera and they just started crying, and then they started laughing and it was just like, what are we laughing at?”
The landscape photographer, Alan, says his work can be emotional and heartbreakingWhen he looked at a photo he had of a woman in a bathtub, he knew the words that were being written were his.
“There was something I could not quite put my finger on,” he explained.
“When I looked at that photo I knew I had a very personal connection to that.
I just couldn’t put it in words.”
But I’m a pretty sensitive person.
I’m just a big thinker, so I thought, I’ll go and have a chat with her and see if I can understand what she’s going through.
“And that’s when I came across that photo.”
Mr Alan said he went to her and said to her, ‘I can’t believe this happened, I have to tell you, it was so sad’.
“She went and had a cry and said ‘Well I’m sorry I didn’t know that I had it wrong, I’m so sorry’.”
It was so touching, I felt so bad for her and I felt really sorry for her.
“He said it was a moment of clarity for him.”
The one thing I would say is that this is not a joke, this is real life and it’s really scary,” he added.”
It really is.