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Reliving a Kodak Moment   Leave a comment

George Eastman’s Desk —

His former home is now a museum in Rochester, NY.  His vision was to put a camera into the hands of the masses … Truly a believer who manifested his dream.   This massive accomplishment inspires me, and I hope you as well, to think big, take calculated risks, dream dreams, and live to accomplish all that you hope that God would hold dear. 

Images reveal truths

Some wanted, some not

One picture portrays

What often words cannot 

From cave walls to canvas

From film to pixels

Quickened by heart 

Perceived by the eye

Freezing life’s moments

One click at a time

Struck by a sunset

Or a newborn child

Photography allows us to be

21st Century recorders 

Of all that we see 

Revealers of truth

Explorers of nature

Capturing love

 

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