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"The true purpose (of Zen) is to see things as they are, to observe things as they are, and to let everything go as it goes." Shunryu Suzuki
But Robert Adams wrote about what a photographer tries to do as follows: "If a view of geography does not imply something more enduring than a specific piece of terrain, then the picture will hold us only briefly . . . what we hope for from he artist is help in discovering the significance of a place." (Italics added)
Perhaps what Edward Weston wrote holds these two claims together: "To see the Thing itself is essential . . "