A Thinking Street Photography Blog
The past few posts have been about Occupy Central.
After all, we could only occupy what’s central to our hearts.
This post is a change of pace.
I’ve talked about a few sights on the campus where I work in this post.
It’s a 20-minute walk down the hill from my office and it gives me time to think about what I’m doing and where I’m going in terms of my poetry, photography, research and teaching.
We all need space to dwell and grow.
I’m grateful to be where I am, in an unpretentious and authentic space, in service of a community I feel committed to.
Once in a while, you need to be empty in order to be filled.
So yes, I’ll need to fill up that container eventually (figuratively speaking).
And find a sense of balance.
Sometimes, I take a 5-minute detour and I’ll see this on my way home.
That red flower is beautiful, but it is beautiful not in itself, but in where it is.
And 5 minutes later, I’ll see this.
We swim in the pond in which we find ourselves.
And in every moment there is a painterly harmony to be sought.
This is what I’m looking for in my photographs and in my work in general, and what I’m looking for in myself.
Camera: Leica M6
Lens: Voigtlander 35mm F 1.4 Nokton Classic SC
Film: Fuji Natura 1600