When out in the depths of the woods, or by a tranquil lake, or up in the hills, taking photos, in those moments of capture, as I softly squeeze down my finger, the whole world stops.
There is nothing else.
Everything I have, everything I know, everything I see, every thought and every atom, is right there in the frame.
This kind of immersive, all encompassing focus is rare in our frantic, chaotic lives, yet ever more essential for us to find.
How do you stop the world in your art making?
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