“Not everybody trusts paintings,
but people believe photographs.”
Not every photograph has to have a face . . . as long as you label it somehow. Sometimes the story is in the body language. Sometimes it is in the clothing or the toys or the location. After a quite spectacular flight, the airplane crashed. This is a story of how the boy fixed the airplane and wound up the rubber band for another flight. I was far away. If I had called to him, he would have turned around and the moment would have been gone. I am learning to see with different eyes.
“Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.”