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Lenten devotions, day 2 - A little less than a happy high
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Lenten devotions, day 2
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why_style From: why_style Date: February 22nd, 2007 04:58 pm (UTC) (Link)
i really like 2-7, and i think it makes an interesting pair with 2-2 - definitely something abou the two of them suggests a theme to me. also, i think you have a very good eye for repitition. i really enjoy seeing your photography posted here, and i look forward to the next 360.

being as i've been a bit disassociated from life lately, i've had a hard time keeping up with everything on lj and responding in a timely manner, but i did want to say that i think this whole thing is a really cool idea. there's something to be said for just pumping out product without worrying to much about quality. i've encountered similar excercises in writing classes and even had an assignment like this in an art class in college where we had to take a roll of film (yeah, it's been that long) between each class for a couple weeks. i've also tried to give myself similar assignments with music where i try to write a song every day for a month just to see what kind of ideas come out. it may end up being a lot of junk (and i'm definitely NOT suggesting anything about your photos here, only my own efforts), but i've found the biggest benefit for me with this type of thing is really just the discipline to make time for something i really enjoy. and that one jewel i might find in the bunch is well worth it in the end.
komos From: komos Date: February 22nd, 2007 05:48 pm (UTC) (Link)
Heh. I'm glad someone caught that.

I think we've talked about this before, but I'm really fond of finding visual patterns and repetition. It's not just for the sake of pointing out convergences. There's a real sense of discovery the comes with it, almost as though I've been gifted with hearing the harmony of the spheres for a brief moment.
schizohedron From: schizohedron Date: February 22nd, 2007 09:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
>that one jewel i might find in the bunch is well worth it in the end.

this was exactly my feeling. it's not as easy to perceive that the jewel might even be there until you start. starting is the first step to finding it. and finding the first one makes you eager to discover the next.
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