It was intriguing to see what I’d seen, but from another point of view.
We all edit as we go, deciding when to zoom in and what to blur; the editing is part of our perspective. Her eye is clear and decisive, and I envy that.
I more likely shoot the same scene from different angles, toss a few, and still don’t have a favorite.
Though I have a “better” camera, I often prefer her photos. She’s captured a long view that I missed, or zoomed on an intriguing detail that eluded me.
It’s not that I haven’t paid attention. I stroll through a new country like human flypaper catching more than I can possibly hold, switching to sieve mode only when my senses teeter on the brink of overwhelm.
It’s that everyone’s perspective is valuable; no one sees it all. Not when snapping photos, and not when practicing Reiki.
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