The Perils of Greener Grass

We all dream about the theoretical “greener grass” that seems to be everywhere we are not. Everyone has better things, a brighter future, or a less troubled past. How can we get some of this “greener grass” so others will look at us the same way? While out daydreaming through the lens of my camera the...

Reflection Is Good For The Soul (And Problem Solving)

The eyes are said to be the windows of the soul. Windows are said to be the things we look through. Ok, that didn’t turn out as profound as I was hoping it might, but it seems to get our minds thinking a little. Considering the otherwise boring topics of windows, stick with me for...

If They’re Not Your Pants, Check The Pockets

  Watching Cops and Live PD has created a strong desire to offer a little advice to so many innocent, average citizens who seem to find themselves in difficult situations that I believe are completely preventable by following a little common sense. This is a slight diversion from typical philosofotography posts, but I believe still falls in...

Seeing Beyond Horizons

Gazing out over the Great Smokey Mountains, I marveled at the beauty of the sun disappearing behind the horizon as I snapped the picture above. The limits of my sight were clearly defined from this vantage point. But the more I contemplated that thought, I realized that the horizon is not the end of the beauty, just...

Why We Really Need Another Blog Post About Change.

Heraclitus, I believe, says that all things pass and nothing stays, and comparing existing things to the flow of a river, he says you could not step twice into the same river. — The Greek Philosopher Plato  This same idea is also attributed to native American Indians who approached the world with a similar philosophical...

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