Today I had a light load on chores at the farm, so I decided to take a detour to the Skookumchuck valley’s nature preserve. This detour included a self-imposed assignment to take pictures of the fall colors using multiple exposures.
While using several different variations of multiple exposure techniques to create my images, I couldn’t help but notice that multiple exposure images were much better than the single exposure photos I took. This got me thinking. It’s a lot like life.
When we see something from many different perspectives, we often get a better picture of what we’re looking at. Whether it is diversity in the boardroom or community, our lives will be enriched by the diverse perspectives and exposing ourselves to more than one view.
Who knew I was going to get a life object lesson out of my short detour?