In fact, the work I'm looking at now is from 2002 [the interview was taking place in 2007]. But that time is a good lag time, because what happens is that I forget about the subjective experience of taking the picture, which is always pleasurable. When I look at the contact sheets, I want to be free of that. I want to just look at the photograph and see if it's interesting. It amazes me sometimes, each of those exposures, maybe five in a row, taken maybe within a three to four-second period. You'd think they'd like each other. They don't! The world is so constantly in flux that each one is different, is distinct. And a little thing, a little thing, changes the photograph completely.