There was a time in my life when I felt estranged from myself and the world. When all meaning seemed lost, I was craving relation. I found an abundance of meaning as I learnt to transcend my anthropocentric perspective, as I learnt to perceive the beauty that permeates every moment of life, the beauty that hides in the little things, in the everyday. Kneel down and touch the earth, give her a kiss and fill your nose with the fragrances of the ground. Thus I immersed myself in the immediacy of microcosmic life by actively choosing to see that world in a grain of sand. Mediated by macro photography, I cultivated a dialogue with my Self through an active encounter with the Other. Waiting to be seen, to be discovered, to be presenced, right beneath our feet and behind the veil of mental constructs, the world will get in touch and reveal itself in depths unimagined.
To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower 
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand 
and eternity in an hour  
William Blake
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