Images from the class's first winter trek two weeks ago.
"We are constantly in the midst of light. We are surrounded, bathed, and nourished by it. This miracle we call light can transform. It can teach, reveal, evoke, and heal. It speaks in many voices."
"We tend to see light as something that makes form visible, but light reveals much more. It reveals us."
"In the subtle, soft undulations of a snowscape illuminated by an overcast sky, in the rare presence of a backlighted, towering, ancient oak, both subject and photographer are revealed. Light makes visible invisible."
|Quotations in this post from John Daido Loori's book, Making Love With Light|
|My friend and teacher Mary Whalen used her 'stereoscopic' combination camera on the walk. She caught me here, in the light|