Even with its window-walls overlooking the Puget Sound that gift us daily with precious sunlight exposure, our glass office grows at times tedious, monotonous, box-like.
This afternoon on my lunch break I opted to go for a walk. It began as four blocks of brisk up-hill, a turn to the left and then snapping impromptu photos with my camera phone along the way.
That’s right, I use one of those auto-editing apps. It doesn’t matter. The point was to capture little pieces as I encountered them.
When I returned to the building, I felt a difference inside of me, the way I was seeing things, finding little bits of beauty in shapes and shadows and textures.