An 18 Year Old’s Ode to the Ordinary

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May 13, 2012

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An 18 Year Old's Ode to the Ordinary

One does not see anything until one sees its beauty.

– Oscar Wilde –

An 18 Year Old’s Ode to the Ordinary

“The ordinary…is the part of our world where beauty is interlaced in each detail…It’s the part of our world that can knock our socks off…but so many of us walk by everyday, never knowing, never caring…But some see…” This lovely 7-minute video on the blessing of vision — both metaphorically and explicitly — was filmed by Dietrich Ludwig, an eighteen year old on a budget of $25, using only a digital SLR and an iPhone. { read more }

Be The Change

Quick! Look at an ordinary thing right in front of you — whatever it happens to be — and find the beauty in the detail.

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