In Norman Maclean’s iconic novel, A River Runs Through It, one character states, “All there is to thinking is seeing something noticeable which makes you see something you weren’t noticing which makes you see something that isn’t even visible.”

When I was designing leadership workshops, I used this three-fold formula as a metaphor to help participants look deeply into their work place and their own lives. Now, in retirement, I use this quote literally, to inform my use of the camera.

I hope that you enjoy these photos, which are of things noticeable, things we don’t usually notice, and things that are normally invisible to us.

–George Meier

HOPE                                                                          CROCUS


COMING HOME                                                          WARNED


POPPY                                                                          FIRE SEASON


HIGH MOUNTAIN CRANBERRY                                  AT EASE


DOXOLOGY                                                                   UNCEDED TERRITORY


OSPREY SOARING                                                         RECKONING


GLORY DECLARED                                                         FIRST SNOW


JOY                                                                                 RE-ENCHANTMENT


HEART BROKEN                                                            ENDING WELL


FRESCHET                                                                      MAGNOLIA


HANDS                                                                            GARDEN REVERIE


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