This is an image of artwork hung above a village coffee shop sideboard where customers retrieve sugar, stir-sticks, napkins and creamers for their hot beverages. I faced this manifesto while parked with of a cup of coffee. Alone on a yellow wall, the word poetry made me its captive audience. I enjoyed the play of color, capitalization and ideas grouped together.
Add the words, “When pressing the shutter,” at the ending of each line of text. Do these new affirmations challenge any of your own photographic hangups?