Lake Michigan in Winter

I make black-and-white photographs.

I’m interested in interconnection and so understanding our relationship to each other and the landscape as a spiritual matter, but also in practical terms. How does this relationship, this experience, inform our thoughts, words, and actions?

It matters because we’re in an especially delicate place as a planet-our survival and the potential thriving of our species and all species we share this planet-time with, depends on what we do; not only now but in the future. The ripple effect of all our tiny actions matter.

Like when you’re standing at the lakefront, or anyplace outdoors, how does it make you feel? Do you feel separated from or connected to the world around you? How do those feelings and beliefs inform what you do and how you treat that world?

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3 comments on “Lake Michigan in Winter

  1. You are becoming more zen-like on every post. Let me share a few of my own narratives.

    On Mon, Jan 15, 2018 at 10:16 PM, Hillary Johnson Photography wrote:

    > Hillary Johnson posted: “I make black-and-white photographs. I’m > interested in interconnection and so understanding our relationship to each > other and the landscape as a spiritual matter, but also in practical terms. > How does this relationship, this experience, inform our though” >

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