“Images become more suggestive when we give them the chance to pitch us their messages; but to do that, we at least have to be sharp and sensitive in order to identify those images that have something beautiful, amazing, and meaningful to say. Not every image will tell a great story, but a great story can come from any image.” Federico Alegria

Today, practice contemplative reading of images on the web. Read the article with good attention. Find some images to read contemplatively and follow the process the article suggests. This will take about an hour, but we hope that after it you will have a new way to engage with photographs on the web – contemplatively, thus supporting the still creative mind.

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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:

#tds721 Contemplative Image Reading (Jun 20, 2017)
#tds1082 Contemplative Image Reading (Jun 16, 2018)

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