August 21, 2012

I’ve seen a lot of people wondering around interesting places and photographing things without even stopping, so this lovely writing in a piece called Notes From The Road’ by Randy Murray resonated with me.

Take lots of pictures. I did. But every so often put your camera in your pocket and look around. Your photos should only act as a reminder of the things you saw, not a complete record.

Your mind is a far better camera. Look through your own eyes more than your viewfinder. Slow down, even sit occasionally. Look about you.

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