The One Thing

The degree of my creative experience has a distinct ebe and flow.

For weeks if not months, I’ve had a static frustration surrounding my photography, working but with a stoic resolve rather than a genuine excitement.

Just the other day, I changed one component in my daily practice, and that was enough.

Things feel new again, vital.

I changed one part of my technique, and it has opened something closed, I can see new again.

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