This summer seemed to be endless, but now and then some can see signs of autumn.
For centuries autumn has been the time of gathering the harvest, but in times where 98% of the people do not work in agriculture but in industry, services, social work or for government, state and cities we are not used gathering our harvest when autumn comes closer.
Harvest time for me is a time of retrospective - for others the right time to do this is the New Year.
What has happened through out the year?
What has been good, what bad?
What has improved, what worsened?
What has changed? What has seemed to be remained stationary?
Which treasure I do have found this year?
Which stones I had to climb over?
I do ask myself those question about me, but also - as it is a part of me -about my photography.
Which projects I did followed?
Which projects I did not made a single shot for?
What I do want to achieve next?
I don't have all answers yet...
so how about you?
Stilllife with Chestnut
Nature is a wonderful composer of still life.
To really see those little wonders, which often are existing only for some short moments in time, we need to get quiet and calm.
#meditationalart #meditation #chestnut #nature
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