And not one of his pieces that he shared was a portrait of himself, literally, but there was no doubt it was him.
I am in every picture I take. I am the reason these photos even exist. Just because you can't see my face doesn't mean that I am not there. I felt the moment, captured it, I was there. That is me. The mom is in the picture. Of course I want my kids to have photographic evidence of their mother through the years, and they do, and will.
They also have all my words, a more accurate reflection of me than any photo could ever be.