“Accept what comes from silence.
Make the best you can of it.
Of the little words that come
out of the silence, like prayers
prayed back to the one who prays,
make a poem that does not disturb
the silence from which it came.”
| Our daily life is confronted with permanent noise and it is difficult to filter the important out of the unimportant. As photographers, this is one of our drivers.
Breathing the scenery. In this rare moment I was alone at a beach on the Isle of Eigg in Scotland and enjoyed the silence. The lights, the colors, and the mood in this moment, they seemed to work in slow-motion and it was such a pleasure to sync my movements to nature.
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