Posts Tagged ‘Religion’

Zen and the Art of Photography

Cool rider, Flatirons, Boulder, Colorado

There’s a great book from the ’70s called Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.  The author, Robert Pirsig, purportedly knew nothing about such engineering, but used the storyline to promote a rather insightful philosophy: that to enjoy something fully, you must embrace its classical and romantic attributes.  In other words, appreciate the creative and […]


The Tao of Photography

Tao Te Ching

While I first began taking photography classes in high school, I started coming into my own during college.  In my freshman year, I happened to take an upper level course called Metaphysics.  While the word escapes definition, it is commonly understood as a branch of philosophy concerned with explaining the fundamental nature of being and […]