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Seeing Love Daily

‘It’s sacred’: Woman who photographs terminally ill children sees love daily. For photographer Sheri Kendrick, capturing images of children who have life-limiting or terminal illnesses is an experience she calls “sacred. ‘It’s sacred’: Woman who photographs terminally ill children sees love daily – Today.com thumbnail courtesy of today.com

Are You A True Friend?

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

The world of reality television wants us to believe that the way to live is in conflict. Particularly among our family and friends. This is not natural.

Great Photo! Great Subject!

Muhammad Ali’s final photo shoot captured a spark that still lingered. British photographer Zenon Texeira got the chance of a lifetime two months ago when he traveled to Muhammad Ali’s home in Phoenix to photograph the boxing legend. Muhammad Ali’s final photo shoot captured a spark that still lingered – Washington Post thumbnail courtesy of washingtonpost.com

Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Procession

Muhammad Ali’s funeral procession – in pictures. A man watches a slide show of Muhammad Ali photos displayed on a screen on Thursday, outside the KFC Yum! Center, where mourners will attend a memorial service for the boxing legend. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images. Muhammad Ali’s funeral procession – in pictures – The Guardian thumbnail courtesy of theguardian.com

God Is…

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Maya Barnes Phone Home… Not!

Maya is a 14-year-old, somewhat typical, high school student. What possibly makes her less typical is her willingness to disconnect from the digital madness that has consumed our world. Well – at least long enough to understand what she might have been missing.

Izaac Enciso’s Conceptual Street Photography

Izaac Enciso’s Conceptual Street Photography. Mexican-born and LA-based photographer Izaac Enciso’s latest book Symbols blends contemporary street photography with found objects and intervention. Enciso’s process involves creating a “mind map” of things he wants to photograph before going out … Izaac Enciso’s Conceptual Street Photography – VICE thumbnail courtesy of vice.com

From The Yorkshire Moors To A New Zealand Glacier

Readers’ travel photography competition: May – in pictures. From the Yorkshire moors to a New Zealand glacier, landscapes dominate this month’s competition. Scroll to see the poignant winning shot, judged by Mick Ryan of fotovue.com. All monthly winners will be displayed at the year-end exhibition at the… Readers’ travel photography competition: May – in pictures – The Guardian thumbnail courtesy of theguardian.com

Oh Boy!

After ultrasound techs predicted she was having a baby girl, this mom’s birth photographer captured her shock when she learned it was a boy. Oh boy! Photographer captures mom’s surprise when she delivers unexpected gender thumbnail courtesy of today.com

Vigo, Spain: The End Of The Earth

Photo Set :: The End of the Earth :: A Street Photography Glimpse of Vigo, Spain. Spanish photographer Manuel Landeira Perez (@doublezzeta) has been capturing the streets of his hometown, Vigo, with a unique style of street photography that gives an unfiltered glimpse into the spirit of the city. From architecture to citizens… Photo Set :: The End of the Earth :: A Street Photography Glimpse of Vigo, Spain – The Hundreds (blog) thumbnail courtesy of thehundreds.com

Aging Like A Fine Wine

Photographer finds beauty in the process of aging. Peninsula photographer Jay Ruland takes photos of roses past their prime. Photo by Jay Ruland. By Vicki Larson, . Posted: 05/25/16, 12:08 PM PDT | Updated: 37 secs ago. # Comments. A photo of a rose from Jay Ruland’s … Photographer finds beauty in the process of aging – Marin Independent Journal thumbnail courtesy of marinij.com

How Should Your Lion Live?

This Stunning Photo Shows Us How All Lions Should Live. The endangered African Lion is one of the most majestic creatures on our planet. The king of the jungle, lions are the only cats that live in family units, and they have been revered throughout history for their courage and strength. Lions once roamed… This Stunning Photo Shows Us How All Lions Should Live – One Green Planet thumbnail courtesy of onegreenplanet.org

Beirut’s Geometric Beauty

Serge Najjar reveals the beauty of Beirut through minimalist, geometric photography. Remember the unfair old saying, “It’s like Beirut on a bad day”? Well that’s not the case when you see the city today, which has been rebuilt and modernised since the end of the Lebanese Civil War. Serge Najjar reveals the beauty of Beirut through minimalist, geometric photography – Creative Boom (blog) thumbnail courtesy of creativeboom.com

Amherst Homeless

Real-Life Portraits: Amherst photo exhibit profiles homeless people in the region. Tim, nicknamed “Pyro” because of an accident with a camp stove, sits in downtown Amherst last winter. image courtesy of Eric Broudy. Richard says he’s endured Vietnam, drug addiction, colon cancer and the loss of a job and housing. thumbnail courtesy of amherstbulletin.com

Let There Be Light!

Parish Kohanim, a sought-after commercial photographer, will never forget the flowers of his childhood in Shiraz, Iran.

The Mexico You May Not Know

Get ready to experience a kaleidoscope of color and beauty as photographer Diego Huerta introduces us to the Aztec people “through the lens of God’s eyes.” We generally do not get the benefit of this portrayal from the mainstream media but, the Mexican people are ALIVE with culture. Enjoy! Photographer Diego Huerta Portrays Beauty Of Mexican Indigenous Communities In Stunning Photos Photographer Diego Huerta has taken on the task to travel all over Aztec grounds, and with his camera, has managed to […]

“The Sun Shines Not On Us But In Us.”

“The sun shines not on us but in us.” This profound quote came from John Muir also known as “John of the Mountains.” God has planted a connection between us and the rest of his amazing creation. Please watch this brief, yet inspiring video that will surely send you out of the house this Earth Day weekend seeking a photographic connection with God and the world He created for us. ‘Muir Song’ Will Inspire You to Photograph the Great Outdoors This […]

No God?

Photo Credit: Dan Park (New York, USA)

How Many People Does It Take To Screw In A Lightbulb?

“It takes only one filled with the love of God. We have been given a limitless ability to light up a room (or the world) and love one another. And love is best expressed when we overcome the voice of the world and what the world teaches us, for the voice of the heart which is true and pure.” -Greg Pai

Love, Peace and Blessings my friends.

Photo Credit: Greg Pai

Have You Ever Been Alone?

“Seek God’s presence in your quiet moments and better than a best friend, He will be there with you.” -Greg Pai

Love Can Heal Any Wound…

Love can heal any wound; and God is love. The power of photography… The power of God!

Yes. God Cares Very Much About Syria.

It is primarily through photographs that most of us are witnessing the pain God is feeling for Syria and Syrians.

God and Creation Are Inseparable

You can separate Church and State but you will always lose if you try to separate God from His creation. God created man and everything else and while the world tries so hard to separate from God, God is still the Creator and the Star of the show. Don’t take my word for it. See what the most famous scientists in history believe at  25 Famous Scientists On God. Ok – What do scientists know.  So, consult the works of […]

Smile, and Put Your Best Foot Forward…

Did you know that a photo of your feet can capture you at your best?

If You Happen To Be Staring At The Sunset…

God performs in the round. 360 degrees of miracles!  

What Baby?

It is easy to ignore the impact the moment a child is born has on anyone but the Mom and baby (and Dad too of course). That is where all the action is…

What Makes All The Difference?

I couldn’t, but then I did. I can’t, but now I do. I won’t, but now I will. The only difference my God… is You!”

Where Is The City Of True Love?

Cities are such marvelous expressions of man’s ability to create. God gives us amazing gifts of engineering, craftsmanship, design, and vision. Above the enormous complexity of any city however, is its personality which comes to life when you add people and culture to the architecture. People always ask, “where is the best place you have ever traveled?” My typical response is “Everywhere!” That said, I do have different take-aways from each city and can often understand why a certain city […]

What Do You Know About The First Book Illustrated With Photographs?

Probably more than me because I knew nothing. But when I learned that it was a book about algae and also published by the first female photographer, I had to wonder why I never heard about this before. Granted, algae are not the most photogenic subjects. However, the cyanotyping film process made them perfect for the technology of the day. Then it occurred to me that it may have been a more perfect subject for other reasons. Algae are some […]

Don’t Make Waves. Photograph Them!

What were you doing when you were 25 years old? Well, I was making waves and not really observing them. However, when I got a chance to go to the ocean’s edge, I can remember the crashing sounds yielded by each wave’s immense force. Yet, I was missing the visual brilliance each wave displays as it’s individual fingerprint on the world. The shape; the spectrum of color; the reflections and diffraction of light. When we absorb photographs of these ocean phenomena, we can see the power that […]

Photography Provides A Portal To Many Realities For Most Of Us

The power of photography extends far past simply being an extraordinary visual art. For nearly all of us, it provides the only access to the glory or horror of the many concurrent world events we would otherwise have no way to witness. I believe that more than words or film, photos can freeze a particular moment, impress it into our present conscience, and move us emotionally as no other stimuli can. The use of photography during the Civil Rights Era, the Holocaust, the many […]

It May Be Time To Get Your Photographer On!

See how 13 year old Emma Ketterer uses photography to get out of bed every morning.

Look Up In The Sky. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No! It’s God!

God warned us He would place signs in the heavens. It’s ironic that we spend so much time walking around looking down at our phones when the real action is going on in the skies. “Amy Langley photographed this “angelic” sunrise in Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii on Jan. 13, 2016. A series of spectacular images of the sun were caught on camera this week from New York to Hawaii, with some saying they see angels, doves and crosses. A photograph of […]