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I've been thinking about imperfections in my images (what would count as a perfect image, anyway?) and came across this from Neil Johnson:
"When an artist finds a flaw in his or her work, the artist has three choices: ignore the flaw, repair the flaw or start over. Or, a fourth choice: Celebrate the flaw . . . Navajo fabric artists create beautiful weavings . . . But there in the corner is a deliberate imperfection. The Navajos say,"That is where the spirit moves in and out' . . . I have learned over the years that I have to walk from a complex work of art and let it exist in its imperfection."
And this from Leonard Cohen:
"Ring the bells that can ring.
Forget your perfect offering.
There is a crack in everything.
That's how the light gets in."