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Are You Fulfilling Your Creative Potential?

"I'm not afraid of dying. I'm afraid of not trying." - Jay-Z There are many things not worth the disproportionate amount of time we give to them; news immediately comes to mind. Time invested in oneself, however, especially when that investment is in exploring your creative potential, pays dividends not only to ourselves, but to those around us, and even the world at…

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The Value of Discovery

Acadia National Park / Watercolor on paper We’re four weeks into 2018. Can you believe it? I started this blog in 2006 after a severe ankle injury left me couch ridden for three months. That seems like a distant memory now, and since then I’ve gone on to write nearly nine hundred blog posts and three books. I never thought…

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The Most Important Question You Can Ask

What is the most important question you can ask yourself as a photographer? There may be different questions depending on your circumstances, but in all cases, I believe they all lead back to the most fundamental question: “Why do you photograph?” It’s the most important question because it requires you to look inward rather than outward for the answer. It…

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Now Available: 2018 Nature of Inspiration Wall Calendar

The 9" x 12"  2018 Nature of Inspiration Wall Calendar is available for pre-order from the store. As always, it features landscape images I made this year combined with my favorite inspirational quotes that I hope add a little inspiration to your day, month, and year. There is also a special print promotion together with the calendar for a limited time.…

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Five Things I’m Enjoying Right Now

Mind Five Min Journal Nothing has impacted my daily state of mind more than developing a sense of gratitude for all things. This is not a denial of the negative, but rather a focus on what’s positive. Studies have shown it improves health, happiness, and your overall outlook on life. While you can practice gratitude simply by noting what you’re…

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