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October 06, 2020


Christine McIntosh

I think the act of taking photos can teach us how to see - if we persevere!

Dave Summers

The verse that says all the hairs on our head are counted has never been one that has resonated with me. But this post gives me something of the sense of it: the attention to the minutiae within the all-pervasiveness of autumn and the vastness of the street, the contemplation and the seeing beyond - an example of what Richard Beck calls "enchantment" - is not an exposition of that verse, but it connected with it somehow for me, and captures something of the same spirit, I think.

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