Looking at Rain of Light and Lunar Energy photographed by Huss Harden, Harden wants the viewer to feel as though they are looking at a timeless, captured moment in time. His photography manifests itself in one of two ways: the structured and the unstructured. In his structured work nothing is left to chance, however his unstructured work– in which Harden’s photography relies on being in the right place at the right time– creates elegant, dramatic images as seen in Lunar Energy. Rain of Light and Lunar Energy are connected through composition, and both images make it clear that Huss finds himself attracted to scenes with stories and dramatic effect rather than the pretty postcard landscapes so commonly photographed.