Tag Archives: minimalism
Go out, take photos of the things that call to your eye. Simple, minimalistic scenes; it doesn’t have to be complicated. Relax. Put the camera down and take a nap if you must.
My arrangement with flowers is that I’ll give them water in exchange for their beauty. It’s as simple as that.
Don’t tie yourself down.
In the D’Orsay Museum, Paris. The art is beautiful, but look around, even in that setting of art filled walls, and see the minimalistic beauty that might be there.
Much happiness to all of you in this season, and the New Year.
Simple perfection in its mystery.
Walking the path seeing the decay and crushed. Focus on the whole, the one thing that appears to call out to your eyes. Let all else recede.
In photography, as I am finding in life in general, things don’t necessarily become better by adding more, but by subtracting. I’ve been going back through my home as I pack up to move to determine what it is that … Continue reading
The start of a new Monday series for me, and a desire to express beauty in all areas with a minimalistic view. As I make changes in my personal life, downsizing to a very small apartment, I am attracted more … Continue reading