PHOTOGRAPHY’S POTENTIAL AS A GREAT IMAGE-MAKER AND COMMUNICATOR IS REALLY NO DIFFERENT FROM THE POTENTIAL IN THE BEST POETRY WHERE FAMILIAR, EVERYDAY WORDS, PLACED WITHIN A SPECIAL CONTEXT, CAN SOAR ABOVE THE INTELLECT AND TOUCH SUBTLE REALITY IN A UNIQUE WAY. —PAUL CAPONIGRO
IN THE END, THE ELEMENTS COMBINE
“They say of vision that it is a deliberate gift,” observes nature writer Annie Dillard in A Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. I agree, although most people navigate the world by merely looking, without consciously seeing, and they miss potential gifts and richness afforded by connecting ...