My Miksang Journey

For those that have been following this blog (And thank you; I really do appreciate it!) you know I’ve developed a liking for Miksang or contemplative photography. While waiting on the next level one workshop with Julie Einstein (more about Julie on Friday) I’ve been fortunate enough to participate in a special Miksang Flickr group. Let’s just say that I’m learning to “see” in a way reminiscent of how a child must see the world: with fresh, untainted eyes. Below are a few examples of images from our color assignment last week:

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I’m slowly but surely learning how to see again and only time will tell how I incorporate this new way (original way?) of seeing into my overall photography practice. I have no doubt it will be well worth the practice.


2 thoughts on “My Miksang Journey

  1. I love the one with the red block between two grey rectangles. It would look really dreary if not for the whimsical blue sky as backdrop. Definitely works for the child me.

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