Monthly Archives: January 2011

Prosperity Consciousness

Today I’m meditating on the concept of prosperity consciousness, not in the eyes-closed/deep breathing way, but throughout the day as I go about the mundane and less mundane activities of life. The term “prosperity consciousness” first came to my attention … Continue reading

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ReInvention

If one pays attention to “professional” photography, even the advanced amateurs that make recognizable names for themselves, one finds that a key component in the professional’s success is reinvention, possibly re-imagination, of their working methods. Likewise, successful minimalists of all … Continue reading

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on resolutions, change, loss

This year I’ve considered a photographic resolution more than ever in the past. In years past, part of my resolution always involved “shooting more”, but then I mean “shoot more things I find personally inspired to shoot”. This year my … Continue reading

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In defense of simple gear

Yesterday Jessica and I visited Portsmouth, our favorite New Hampshire town. Often we need our civilization fix, to feel a little bit anonymous, window shop a bit, relax with a pint and share a meal. We were chatting over drinks … Continue reading

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