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© Kevin Kabuki
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UploadedSeptember 1, 2008
TakenAugust 31, 2008
Exposure4 sec at f/20
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Focal Length28 mm
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

The layers seen in the rocks were once an ocean's floor.

The water seen here was once part of a cloud, an ocean, a plant, maybe a person.

Each atom seen here can be found everywhere else.

The photographer not seen here is in here too, as are you, in thought.

Nothing here exists by itself, it needs the ocean, the cloud, the plants, the photographer, and you.

13 responses

  • Anthony Jalandoni

    Anthony Jalandoni gave props (31 Aug 2008):

    mysteriously beautiful.

  • Kathie Mcclinton

    Kathie Mcclinton said (31 Aug 2008):

    This is the most beautiful photo I have ever seen

  • Rene Dominguez

    Rene Dominguez gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    zen like! very masterful, kevin!

  • Manon Boily

    Manon Boily (Deleted) gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    is it paradise? great shot

  • Jennifer Rowe

    Jennifer Rowe gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    love the silky water against the texture of the rock - nice!

  • Trish Meyer

    Trish Meyer (Deleted) gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    Wonderful capture and sentiments Kevin.

  • Serge Golub

    Serge Golub gave props (1 Sep 2008):

    Love the photo and your thoughts on it.

  • Ikhlef A.

    Ikhlef A. said (4 Sep 2008):

    Love the perspective and the philosophy behind.
    Great shot.

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (6 Sep 2008):

    The photo, the words and the philosophy are all beautiful!

  • Joseph

    Joseph (Deleted) gave props (9 Sep 2008):

    stunning visual, captured perfectly and your words are beautiful.

  • linda woods

    linda woods gave props (17 Feb 2009):

    Yes, this is definitely IT! Everything is in everything else's moment, too.

  • Dawn Duffield

    Dawn Duffield (Deleted) said (28 Jun 2009):

    This photo, along with your words helped me to find something suppressed...
    "That is why those who are too much obsessed with thinking cannot love, because even when they are there, even if they reach to the original divine source, even if they meet God, they will go on thinking about him and they will miss him completely. you can go on thinking abut and about and about, but it is never the fact".

  • Robert Case

    Robert Case gave props (22 Aug 2009):

    A perfect shot and the perfect thought. Simplicity - sand becomes rocks, clouds become a drop, a pond, a lake, an ocean...plants, animals, humans....all made up of simple atoms. Your last line is excellent - perfect simplicity. Well Done....WELL DONE. (I like the long version too....) Photographically - Jennifer says it best AND simply "silky water against the texture of the rock - nice!"

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