No doubt if you have been into photography for some time, you have hundreds or thousands of photos. I sometimes wonder which of my photos will be used or admired after I'm gone, and which one has meant the most to me or someone else. Although I have taken many shots that I'm proud of, where the exposure and composition and focus were right on, it is only a few that have meant much to me or someone else. Probably the ones that have made me happiest would be the ones where I just happened to get a nice pic of a relative that died years later and the family wanted a good picture of that person. This happened to me with an uncle whos son didn't have a good picture of his mom and dad. He contacted me and I had taken one at a family gathering that was really nice. Do you ever consided what your work will mean in 25 or 50 years? If so, how has it changed your photography? For me I now try to get good pictures of individuals at family reunions as you never know where they will be in a few years. This doesn't have to be just people either, I have taken pictures of buildings that have been torn down or changed. The point is we never know which photo will be important years from now. I remember that famous photo of a kid with overalls and a bare feet with a funny hat on. Years later it was on the cover of one of Elvis Presleys albums. What are your thoughts?