Bigger Picture (DCA)

Photography is a learned and practiced skill. Taking a good photo requires timing, composition, focus, and speed on the trigger. That and maybe a really nice camera. In order to look at the bigger picture though, there’s a little more thought and planning required.

No, this blog isn’t about photography. Hopefully you didn’t stop reading. We’re not all giraffe’s so viewing the bigger picture can sometimes be hard. But take a second, stretch out your neck, and think about your day to day. Think about the number of people you encounter (or could encounter) each day. Think about the amount of influence you have (or could have) on one person’s life. Three people’s lives. Multiply it. Hundreds of people. It’s time to adjust the focus (so many photography innuendos) to a little more outward facing lens (ugh, there he goes again).

In all seriousness though, this incredibly positive community we have all built is a beautiful thing MWF at 6:30AM. Make sure that beauty gets transferred from the November Project DC time slot in your life to everything else. If you don’t know how, feel free to ask.

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