Contemplative photography is about more than taking pictures, says Andy Karr. It’s about fully connecting with the visual richness of our lives.
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From author and contemplative photographer Andy Karr comes the latest “Seeing Fresh” contemplative photo of the week, submitted by Maria Budner.
“This is a wonderful perception of richness and texture. It’s a great example of fresh seeing.”
“I’m a sucker for a good pavement shot and this is a good one: all texture and color.”
“It’s ridiculous that a rusty fender could yield such an attractive perception. It’s a good example of fresh seeing.”
“The rich colors, light and textures in this image are delightful. It’s a fine example of fresh seeing.”
“Seeing the moon in the sky, and the moon reflected in water, are equality. But we think one is real and dismiss the other.”
“Look at what you might see on wet pavement in the rain. It’s a fine example of fresh seeing.”