Life Through A Camera Lens

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August 1, 2012

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Life Through A Camera Lens

The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.

– Dorothea Lange –

Life Through A Camera Lens

“‘I couldn’t believe how beautiful the ocean was,’ he commented. ‘I’ve never seen an ocean before, and then to get to see palm trees in person, and to even touch them. It was just amazing.’ He began thumbing through a series of photographs on his phone, each displaying an image of a palm tree.” Though she’d seen many palm trees before, the writer describing this encounter realized in that moment that she’d always taken them for granted. So began her exploration of the wonder that often dwells just beneath the familiar landscape of our lives, and her idea of experimenting with a literal or metaphoric “camera-practice”. { read more }

Be The Change

Do the “camera-practice” today. See if it helps you experience your world in a richer, deeper way.

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