Photographs have their own narrative, answering or even creating questions. As with all forms of art, a good photograph is thought-provoking and incites an emotional response, asking the viewer to think, recall or dream. My approach is to look for unconstructed everyday scenes or events that break the thoughts of an observer—for a moment. A somewhat paradoxical approach as these moments are around us every day, yet easy to miss. The following photographs taken in New Zealand, over 30 years ago, are a translation of how I feel about these moments in time. We will all have our own views and feelings, and whatever they are, they will be correct.