Seeing The Ordinary As Extraordinary

“As I work from the belief that there’s more than one right answer, I find I’m approaching the world from a attitude of abundance rather than scarcity, fro

“As I work from the belief that there’s more than one right answer, I find I’m approaching the world from a attitude of abundance rather than scarcity, from cooperation rather than competition. When I walk into the forest with my cameras, nature doesn’t say, ‘There is one great photograph hidden here. One photographer will find it and be the winner. The rest will fail!’ No, what nature seems to be saying is, ‘How many rolls of film do you have, Dewitt? I’ll fill them all with right answers!'” (Thanks The Occupational Adventure)


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE