Voluntary simplicity means going fewer places in one day rather than more, seeing less so I can see more, doing less so I can do more, acquiring less so I can have more.
This is the first week of December, and thus begins my simplicity project.
Having been inspired by Kim Manley Ort, I am joining her in posting images that are simpler and more minimal than usual. It’s a way to remind myself to focus on what is really essential in an image and in the rest of life too.
If this also appeals to you, there’s a Flickr group devoted to Photographic Simplicity that you are welcome to join.
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Perfect! The quote is so meaningful, too.
I love it and I really love the great quotes you’ve chosen for this series Sherry. I too took a similar grapefruit image a few years ago. This reminds me of it so much and that juicy, tart delight! Have a creatively simple day my dear.
Like the angle I can almost smell the citrus…
so true is that quote, love the detail
Great quote. My journey began not quite voluntarily, but developed into that.