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Monday, July 25, 2011

oak leaves and Pogonip view





And so, quixotically, I continued my quest to become the greatest photographer of all time, today.  The strangest part of my training is that it mainly involves climbing and pruning trees.  What does tree-work have to do with photography, and how will working with trees, forty hours a week, help me to become the best photographer?  These very questions keep me up at night, too.  Climbing trees, making cuts, chipping brush, cleaning up: these are the motions (wax-on, wax-off) that help me to work toward achieving soulfulness with the box and the lens.

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