If you’re tired of shooting the usual late-summer subjects, try some mindful photography, as practised by photographer and Buddhist Kimberly Poppe.
“Contemplative photography is a way of exploring or discovering the beauty in your everyday life – the extraordinariness in ordinariness,” she explains.
“Anything can be a suitable subject for contemplative photography. You can start right in your own kitchen, back yard or city street.
“If you take the time to actually slow down and look, there is an incredibly rich source of photographic material right around you.”