Potential photographs exist everywhere. I find worthwhile subjects virtually every time I step outside with, or without, my camera. Whether it’s the beauty of the Fibonacci patterns in sunflowers, the equiangular spirals of snail shells, the way in which water forms dendritic, entangled webs across the sand, or thousands of other such interactions and graceful patterns that form the complex and often non-random forms and exquisite broken symmetries produced by nature that we, as humans, have evolved to universally find so attractive; nature is filled with an infinity of potential subjects, from atoms, to insects, to birds, to stars. All I can hope is that our photographs do some justice to the beauty of the world that surrounds and sustains us and that these will serve as a record for future generations.