“Meditation is a practice which teaches us how to put ourselves aside, and it shows us that when we achieve this that we do not disappear, but we open to a more creative relationship with our minds, our feelings, and the world.” Continue reading “‘Emptiness is not a state but a way’”
M C Escher may not be one’s first thought when considering photographic practice, as he is not known for working with photography and instead falls into the category of graphic artist, but I have always been intrigued by his work.
In response to this week’s networking theme, I have begun to explore the platforms of AoP and RPS via student memberships – I am still exploring the resources available. I also made myself join Instagram last week @juliedawndennis – I am beginning to get used to it, I think.
The speed of Instagram/social media is something I have to adjust to; I was taken aback to gain followers so quickly and hadn’t expected any in a week (I have just a few, but enough to get started!) Social media is rather strange to me still, however, there is some great photography and art on the Instagram platform and I am discovering the work of others which is a good thing.