Wishing

This is me making a wish on November 11th. 11.11.11. An auspicious day for wishing. Photographing my wish-making was part of a project called The Beckoning of Lovely. Unfortunately the inspiring film that was the culmination of this project was taken down by its creator.  However, many of us were inspired to document our wish-making. Check out the collage of images collected by Kristin.

I know that I haven’t been writing here much lately and to be honest, the wish you see me making above is a big part of the reason why. I have this wish. This desire. This plan. It’s kind of an all-consuming thing right now but it’s not something that I’m ready to broadcast on this blog. So as much as I don’t want to share it, it’s taking up so much space in my mind right now that there isn’t a lot left for other things.

May all our wishes come true.

 

 

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About Debra Cowie

Debra is a photographer and visual storyteller based in Ottawa, Canada. She is an explorer at heart, whose passion for photography was born in travel and has been carried with her to more than 30 countries so far. Debra is also an avid cook and baker and much of her current work focuses on food styling and photography in her serendipitously beautifully lit kitchen. She has flirted with Polaroid and 35mm film photography but her true love is her DSLR (aka "Boyfriend Mark").
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3 Responses to Wishing

  1. annemarie says:

    Hello! I am doing photomeditations too. Just wanted to say I’ve enjoyed looking at your blog! Annemarie

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