Contemplative photography is a method for working with the contemplative state of mind, seeing the world in fresh ways, and expressing this experience photographically. Each week we choose an image that’s been submitted to seeingfresh.com that really exemplifies this practice.
This week’s photo, by Peter Hedrich, is a refreshing view of a familiar monument (hint: it’s not a monument to pigeons). It’s a great example of fresh seeing. You can see more of Peter’s work at his delightful website www.see-seen.com.
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Buddha Statues says
I think the photograph is of the Bouddha Stupa in Kathmandu