Inundation and Forgetfulness

How many individual scenes our eyes take in while simply walking from our car in the parking lot to our office or when we stroll the aisles of a grocery store. Our eyes see a lot of things. To remember them all would clog the mind and put us in a tailspin of too much detail. Somehow we are programmed to quickly forget most of what we see or hear.

That's what can be special about a photograph. It can take something purely mundane and cause our eyes and thoughts to linger longer than you would expect. On rare occasions a photo will have the power to etch a memory that lasts as long as we do. It can add to that great gift of memory that enriches our life every year as we pass through it.

It can take something very un-special and make it something special.

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Cliff Brane