12.16.2008

philosophy photography


i'm so excited! i just came across this quote {below}, and i loved it! i feel exactly that way, and that is why i named this blog what i did! so, of course, i had to add the quote under my banner too!

“to me, photography is an art of observation. it's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place . . . i've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” –elliott erwitt

also, for those of you who stop by regularly, first of all, thank you. secondly, i'm also very excited about a new collaboration with my twin sister—a photography blog called ETHEREAL. see what it's all about here.

11 comments:

ELK said...

that is a true quote and fits me as well...i will visit your new place...i did not know you are a twin

Char said...

what a great quote find! I have a database of quotes I've built up over the years (dork that I am) and collect tidbits of this and that.

I will dash over to sneakypeek at the new venture! :)

Claire said...

the quote is perfect...

i have also realised though that it is not only about how we see them but how we savour them.

margie said...

i am so excited for you and your sister!!

Sherah said...
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Sherah said...

Beautiful quote, Georgia :) Thanks for sharing it.

Jane said...

Love the quote and the new blog, just so beautiful!

Georgia B. said...

thank you, ladies! your excitement makes me even further excited! and your support is really appreciated!

Chris said...

How very true. That sums up exactly how I see photography. Great quote.

I love ETHEREAL so far...looking forward to seeing more!

Funny there is no picture for this post :)

O. Joy said...

what a fabulous quote... & your excitement over it just shouts out!! I LOVE it, too!! And it's so true!! Off to check out Ethereal!

Oliag said...

Thanks for sharing that quote! It is exactly why I started my photo blog - finding the beauty in the everyday...would you mind if I added it to my site?