Phototherapy

Life is too short to drink bad wine

This bird shape is suspended on wires between buildings and looked surprisingly real in the sunlight. This bird shapes is suspended on wires and looked surprisingly real in the sunlight.

Since taking up photography as a hobby several years ago I find myself now appreciating the world so much more. There seems to be a realisation out there in the Western World that we need to start rethinking about how we look at things. The trend towards “mindfulness” is a reaction to the malaise that we seems to have fallen into. A world where we have access to more stimulation than ever before and yet an increasing inability to appreciate it.

Some dried twigs at City Beach Perth Some dried twigs at City Beach Perth

Capturing a moment on a camera is an enjoyable pastime but more importantly, it shapes the way you look at the worlds. Your eye becomes more attuned to details and colour. You tend to notice the way light falls and how disparate objects interact to produce sudden harmonies.

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