The Inner Path of Photography

We yearn for the taste of the sacred…and through our cameras discover it, the world, and ourselves.

Tag: Inspiration

“The Future of Photography at MoMA? Aperture interviews Chéroux”

“There is not just one photography but several photographies that exist in different contexts and forms, from the vernacular to art, from New York to Mexico City to Lagos.

Our task is no longer about trying to define what is photography; it’s really about trying to share the most interesting photography in its different forms.”

Clément Chéroux, the new chief photography curator at the Museum of Modern Art, in his interview with Lesley A Martin, creative director of Aperture and publisher of The PhotoBook Review.

A very interesting interview.
Welcome, Clément. I can’t wait for my next visit to MoMa!

Heidi Straube – Inner Path Photography Website

“Strong/Fragile”

Fragile

Beautiful

Strong to have made it to the beach.

A shell companion, quiet witness
Birds, ocean, sky

Now you may drop the struggle.
Allow your fragility

Rest. Rest. Rest.

*****

On this day of Winter Solstice, 2020, I honor your ability to always find the Light.
I send you love, inspiration, and comfort for the Soul.

Always Beauty.


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Image: “Strong/Fragile” © HeidiStraube 2020, from
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“Advice from Magnum Photographers”

“Get a good pair of walking shoes and…
 fall in love.”

—Abbas

 

Inspiration for you…
whether a photographer, artist, or lover of life and beauty.

Download and enjoy!

Advice from Magnum Photographers PDF

Profile of Abbas, Photographer, with Images, Books

“A Child, Deer, Woods: The Gift”

 

 

As a child, I tiptoed through the woods
hoping to discover the flattened grass
left from the sleep of deer the night before.

To find one of these spots was to step into a deep
experience of the Sacred.

Awed, immersed in the mystical,
I imagined the deer watching over me, and received their special gift
allowing me into their secret, peaceful home.

I still silently breathe a sigh of gratitude.

 

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