These days, you may have noticed that it’s not enough to be really good at just one thing.

In today’s world, life is a little richer and you are much more valuable to the wider world if you have a unique blend of skills and interests. Here’s an inspiring example…

That photo, and many others that we’ll show you today, was taken by Camille Seaman, a teller of stories through the lens of a camera.

You only have to look at her photography to see that she is also a composer and a philosopher. If her photographs were music, they would be tunes we could all connect with.

I suspect that the best place to understand what I mean by that is to check out her work (photographs and related stories) at a great new website called Maptia, which we will be telling you much more about in a future EWC article.

Here’s an image from another of Camille’s photographic journeys which we will feature in the future…

Do you have a passion you haven’t nurtured yet?

Want an interesting life? I’ve found that if you can develop an expertise in two or three areas that mesh in a novel and useful way – perhaps something completely new – you can carve out your own niche.

In fact, most of the remarkable people we feature on EWC are just ordinary folks like the rest of us, who have combined two passions that most would never think belonged together!

After you’ve finished today’s article, we have 3 links to various other articles we’ve done featuring leaps of innovative thinking. See if any of these strike a spark for you:

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Now take a look at the moments Camille Seaman has captured for eternity, and then we’ll share her very brief TED Talk…

Wow! What a knack for capturing the breathtaking beauty of a slice of nature that is unchanged since the origins of our atmosphere.

This is truly timeless artistry.

And who is the mind behind these captured moments? Take a look at Camille’s very brief TED Talk!

Thank you to TED.com!

Via: TED 1

Stay open, curious and hopeful!

~ Dr. Lynda

Want to discover more?

You’re currently inside of one of the only places on the web that you won’t be bombarded with articles about politics, religious views, or violence, and it’s about to get even better! In the upcoming weeks, we’ll be working to ensure that your experience when you visit us is 100% positive!

Until then, I’d suggest clicking on our nifty little “Surprise Me!” button over in the sidebar to be brought an article that may have never been in your peripherals.

Want to see more fascinating photography? Check out some other EWC articles featuring amazing artists’ photos!

EWC’s Photography Archive

BONUS:

For other articles about amazing photography and innovators behind the camera, you would really love our article A Wish To Change The World, about an artist who plasters gigantic portraits of people (20 feet tall) in the strangest places.


Ever Widening Circles would like to thank our reader Ann H. from Kansas City, Kansas for sharing this artist’s work with us! Thanks, Ann!

 

Notes:

  1. Seaman, Camille. “Photos from a Storm Chaser.” TED.com. TED, Feb. 2013. Web. 09 May 2016. <https://www.ted.com/talks/camille_seaman_photos_from_a_storm_chaser?language=en>.

Dr. Lynda is a dentist, artist, global traveler, and philanthropist who looks for potential and shares it with the world.