Grant was nearing the end of his adventure…he could feel it, taste it, sense it. The trek had been exhausting yet enlightening and he was suddenly feeling motivated. He also felt quite sad that his adventures were coming to a close.
While sat on the rocks having a well earned rest he watched as his human companions were taking photographs of a small waterfall. Two photographs were taken of the same waterfall, from the same place, with the same camera. The only difference between the photographs was the amount of light which was let into the camera. Grant could see on the screen at the back of the camera that the two photographs created a different view of the same thing. In one the water droplets had been frozen in time and were seen as individual splashes. The other photograph showed the movement of the water, blurring its way to join the stream. Yet these two images were of the same thing? To Grant’s grapefruit eyes it seemed like magic…two people could look at the same thing and see it differently!?
How many times in life have you stopped to take a second look at something and attempted to see it in a different way?