Much of the imagery on this site can be described as contemplative photography or more exclusively Miksang photography (loosely translated as “Good Eye” from Tibetan). In these traditions, the process of capturing images is approached with a softened detachment resulting in greater awareness and openness to scenes, situations, and stories. Contemplative photography has an implicit meditative quality to it which is both relaxing in it’s own right and, as a regular practice, can add dimensions to many photographs that would have been unlikely with more traditional approaches. While all photographers have a unique journey, it has been interesting to see how different mindsets can impact the development of photography across traditional western and eastern domains.

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