THINGS REMEMBERED

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A good exercise for any photographer is to take a moment in the day, stop whatever it is you’re doing and to photograph. Rarely do any of us really stop to observe our surroundings. And there’s a simple reason: we don’t have the time. But a photographer’s lifeblood is the ability to stop and take notice. This morning, for me, started like any other morning, getting breakfast made, readying the children for school, beginning work on a portfolio that persistently calls for my attention. And yet, the fall colors and morning light told me… no, insisted that I stop and notice. So I took a brief walk around my block and brought my camera. I let my eye command my attention. I didn’t have to think, but only to remember. Taking a time out is a nice way start your day and to clear your mind. — Sean

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