The picture above is a view from my winter home and studio on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It’s a short walk to First Encounter Beach, and at high tide, especially near times of the full moon, the sea comes in and covers the marsh. The view is constantly changing; sometimes it’s quite hard to concentrate on my work, as I look up and am once again in awe. The beautiful sky and clouds, the breeze rippling the water, and the happy paddling of the geese and ducks making their wonderful sounds – all bring me back to my soul.
Class #4 – “The Inner Path of Photography” – last Tuesday… Students shared the images they made from their personal photo shoot after doing the “Shooting from Resonance” exercises from class.
Part of the homework challenge: Photographers were allowed to make only ten images – so shooting had to be thoughtful, deliberate, truly in alignment with their feelings and intentions.
10 images were then edited down to 5 – attention to the very best. Slideshows were presented, with interesting discussions about the images, the story, sequencing, inspiration.
Bonus: Now I want to go to the Galapagos Islands! Plus: An unusual “tiny story” about having a home in the neighborhood of a small-town private airport. Have you ever parked your plane in your driveway?