- When you approach something to photograph it, first be still with yourself until the object of your attention affirms your presence. Then don't leave until you have captured its essence.
- Often while traveling with a camera we arrive just as the sun slips over the horizon of a moment, too late to expose film, only time enough to expose our hearts.
- No matter how slow the film, Spirit always stands still long enough for the photographer It has chosen.
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... or your lordship's principles." The Yale Book of Quotations traces this to an 1809 source ... Bartlett's Familiar Quotations attributed the exchange to Sandwich and John Wilkes, based upon a 1935 book ... As The Yale Book of Quotations describes in a detailed note, many reference works, including Bartlett's and The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, wrongly attribute it to John Soule ...
Famous quotes containing the word quotations:
“Reading any collection of a mans quotations is like eating the ingredients that go into a stew instead of cooking them together in the pot. You eat all the carrots, then all the potatoes, then the meat. You wont go away hungry, but its not quite satisfying. Only a biography, or autobiography, gives you the hot meal.”
—Christopher Buckley, U.S. author. A review of three books of quotations from Newt Gingrich. Newties Greatest Hits, The New York Times Book Review (March 12, 1995)
“A book that furnishes no quotations is, me judice, no bookit is a plaything.”
—Thomas Love Peacock (17851866)