“Every day for a week, photograph something you find subtly beautiful: patterns in your sheets when you get up, your dog’s eyelashes, your child’s hands while they draw. At the end of the week, take a few minutes to look at them together.” Source
NOTE: The writer of the above advice offers the reader a challenge. The challenge isn’t so much about taking photos, the challenge lies in finding something beautiful, something that touches the heart. To find something beautiful that touches the heart requires us to slow down, empty our minds and let our hearts discover it for us.
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