The face of a man chasing an illusive but not uncapturable dream.
1540s, from Middle French capture "a taking," from Latin captura "a taking" (especially of animals), from captus (see captive).
1795, from capture (n.); in chess, checkers, etc., 1820. Related: Captured; capturing. Earlier verb in this sense was captive (early 15c.).
capture cap·ture (kāp'chər)n. The act of catching, taking, or holding a particle or impulse.