Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Daily Practice 146/365

Title: "Life isn't"
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It was after dinner, and we were putting together a little dessert of fresh fruit. My sister-in-law was admiring the beautiful reds of the cherries and strawberries, and picked up her camera to document our good fortune. I followed her lead - part of learning from daily practice is being open to the possibilities in even the simplest, mundane moments of life, and to be open to seeing what someone else sees.

1 comment:

ER said...

oh, this is interesting. I share your philosophy, Paul. That's why i enjoy macro, getting into the face of my subject. It's also why i enjoy monochrome, getting to the essence of the subject, undistracted by colour. :)