. . . as fun as it (making art) is, we still need good mirrors to see our potential sometimes. > > > Pete
On a recent afternoon, I was looking at the leaves on my street with camera in hand. When I turned around, I was surprised to discover that they were mirrored in the windows of my house. I suppose those leaves are there in every season, but when I look at my house, I just see the need for paint or a spot to be repaired or the leaves to be raked. I like the idea of seeing the potential reflected instead.
Good mirrors change what you see and feel.