I haven't done "people" photos –portraits, dance, illustration– in a very long time. Recently I was running a Google Image search for pictures of Albert Einstein. I'd seen a photograph of the great theoretical physicist in the middle of a big laugh. While Einstein was known for the twinkle in his eye and had been photographed poking out his tongue, gently smiling, and riding a bicycle, I'd never seen him in a full-out laugh. Well, I found that image unfortunately without attribution; I don't know the photographer, publisher, or copyright status (please forgive me if you own this image). As I was searching, however, I came across a more formal portrait of Einstein… this one by Yousuf Karsh (1908 – 2002). That led me to order a book about his life and work, Karsh: A Biography In Images. My admiration for the work of the late Arnold Newman (1918 – 2006) resurfaced. All of this served to stir my longing to continue rekindling my practice of photography and get back into the action. Maybe seek out a photo assignment. We'll see. I'm already pulled in too many directions. Perhaps I'm coming back around to my true heading.