When out shooting pictures a few weeks ago, I had made a random stop to see some friends loading equipment out from a show the night before at a local club. There wasn't much in the way of taking pictures in that moment, the area was pretty bland, and the back of the bar was dingy and dark. The only thing that really caught my eye was the color of the floor leading out into the back alley. So I just snapped a quick picture from an interesting perspective. I didn't think much of this until I went to process the pictures I took later that day. I found it was actually one of my favorites from that day of shooting. What a bland, and gross area - something people would never pay attention to, but it was still so beautiful, especially that dark green color. I guess this picture in a lot of ways, represents what most everything in our daily lives appears to be. People always forget to look for the fine details, or the beautiful things within their lives, and the people around them. That's how people and things are taken for granted. Getting back into photography has reminded me of the importance of enjoying the details. Someone said to me the other day - 'It's amazing how life and things can change just within a few months'. It never really dawned on me how true that is. When we go through the daily motions, and work towards or goals - we tend to forget sometimes even about the 'green floor' in both ourselves and our lives. It's great to find self worth again, and to find the beauty even in the mundane, like the chipped up tile floor in the back of a bar.