Seeing companion

Today it could be a simple leaf at my door or a cloud seen through my window. Tomorrow it could be these reeds at a nearby lakeside. The camera instills a habit of looking again and again. Seeing. Feeling.
Wherever I go, it’s my habit to have photography as a regular companion.  It keeps nature’s galleries near—galleries  that lead to corridors of words, image, metaphor and connecting language.  


6 thoughts on “Seeing companion

  1. Nature is the best architect ever, and it deserves that we, the public, pay more attention. Or is nature the best painter…? Or the most visited “church”? Or is it the most inventive? Never mind, it clearly has a good chance in a number of categories. Thanks for leading us through “nature’s galleries”!



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