When I walk lately, I have to remind myself to look carefully, to engage my camera-eye. In the past, images seem to have come to me unbidden, as though they were waiting to be captured. Often I’ve had my camera with me – a happy circumstance. Other times, without a way to record, I'd simply notice and enjoy.
But lately, it seems like I’ve not been seeing that way. Lately, I have to remind myself that this form of vision is important to me, that I want to engage with what I see and extract images, to excite my curiosity and wonder, to move my heart, to shape my life.
It's clear, then: life comes at me with a certain velocity and direction, which invites you in a particular direction. But you don't need to go only that way: you can pay attention to what you know you love and shift course to come closer to that. A worthy intention...