For some people, a camera is a way to preserve memories. For Noah Bryant, it’s a way to inspire. He’s not just trying to inspire the countless people who gaze upon the wonders of the world he so brilliantly freezes in time, he’s hoping, with every shot he takes, to inspire himself.
From the time he was barely a teenager, Bryant has been drawn to the world around him – the majestic mountains that sprang out of the ground to the west of where he grew up, the drop of dew hanging precariously from the perfectly symmetrical spider web in his backyard, the ruffled feathers of a Bald Eagle soaring effortlessly against the clouds – the wonders of nature have always been right there in front of him, but it’s never been enough for Bryant to just witness them, he’s always been driven to share that splendor with the world that inspires him so much. The inspiration to see more. To do more. To be more.
More than the colors or the composition or the breathtaking beauty, it’s this element that is so readily apparent in all of Bryant’s images – the inspiration for all of us to live more of the glorious life that’s waiting for us just beyond the borders of our comfort zone.