Thursday, 10 January 2013

Shooting color

For the first time since I'm back from the holidays I went on a lunch break today. I had my camera with me and I decided to shoot colour. Colour is the first assignment within the Miksang practice.

That is because colour is pleasing, colour is not subtle and it has no meaning by itself (apart what we gave it and that's all in the mind).

You try to look out of context, free from associations, memories, reference points, likes or dislikes (source: The Practice of Contemplative Photography, by Andy Karr and Michael Wood).

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