As an electronic engineer I started to play with digital photography as a Tech-Toy, a way to challenge my curiosity , to discover creativity through that modality. However as I proceed along this path, and the meditation path as well, I have found Photography to be a tool for opening the mind; a gesture of spontaneous Natural Awareness, detached and present . Personally, photographs are not simply capturing a moment of reality, but they are also internal mirrors of what and where I am . Being present and aware, makes it possible for me to see and know ( without boundaries of pre-conceptual thought ), what surrounds me. The final result, the photo, is a projection of my vision and is a way I am able to share it with the others .
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