A Matter of Perspective

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Through the same aperture

one can cast their eyes upon the ground
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or lift them to the sky
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Through the same aperture
one can glimpse another’s outer illumination
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or look directly into their sun

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it’s all in the eye of the beholder

 

6 thoughts on “A Matter of Perspective

  1. Really beautiful exploration of seeing the same unity from different angles…and how much standing in a different place can change what we see, although it always remains fundamentally the same.

  2. Your pictures are stunning! I love photography and want to learn more about it. The two pictures where it feels like looking up into the daylight are so soothing and calming just to look at. I feel like I’m there in a cool darkness looking up into the warm light. It’s a beautiful feeling. It’s great when a person can provoke the reader/viewer to feel as if we are really right there.

    • Remarkable how well you were able to place yourself into the experience. It was very soothing, while I was in the midst of some internal distress. I felt quite blessed to be brought to this natural artifact that served me as a personal observatory. Thanks for your comments!

  3. I especially love the photos that look out from the inner sanctum to the daylight above. For me personally, the inside space feels comforting and safe, as if a cocoon. Yet I often find myself curious about the outer world. These are brilliant photographs where the many aspects of an object cause us to reflect on life as we live it – both as observers from within ourselves and to embrace what surrounds us.

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