There are objects we take for granted because they’ve been part of our daily lives since we can remember. They’re so well designed, modern technology hasn’t been able to improve. And their simplicity is remarkably welcome to the camera.
The humble pencil is one of them.
A row of pencils cast shadows that carry their own lines. Just one of the pencils doesn’t follow suit…it draws its own line, independent from the others.
“When you stand at the high passes of the Himalayas, is it the flag that moves and flutters? Or is it the wind ? Neither, it is your mind”. Hui Neng, 6th Buddhist patriarch of China (713 AD).
Looking over the third Gokyo lake, trying to catch ones breath in the thin air. The Gokyo lakes sit between 4700 and 5000m (15,400 to 16,400 ft) above sea level are the world’s highest freshwater lake system consisting of six main lakes.
Shot taken on Fuji Velvia slide film. Nepal
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