You may remember from sometime back I wrote a post about a TED Talk given by Susan Cain on The Power of Introverts, called I listen more than I speak, before continuing on you might benefit from going back and reading what I wrote and watching the video.
Our journey as Homo sapiens started out roughly 200,000 years ago around Africa, but before that there were others who were like us but they differed anatomically. In university I studied Biological Anthropology, which fed my need to understand the journey that our ancestors took so long ago, and how we reached our current point.
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As someone who enjoys photography, and others like myself, it seems that we are always ARRANGING something when we look through out lens. Whether we are organizing people for a portrait, or objects on a table, or moving around looking for that perfect angle that will make the one shot of the day look great, we are always arranging; this seems to be the nature of most photographers.
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