We were knocked out by “The Gray Ghost“, photographer Dan Winters‘ Portfolio in the recent New Yorker.  As Winters’ image of a sphinx gliding down the East River on a barge illustrates:

Countless potential masterpieces happen each moment the world over and go unphotographed.

We would broaden Winters’ statement to:Countless potential masterpieces happen each moment the world over and go unphotographed unheralded, or even, unseen.

Winters’ photographs, collected in the recently-published Road to Seeing, remind us that all we have to do is LOOK, and that seeing is a practice we can cultivate.

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Winters images of honeybees are crazy-beautiful, as his portfolio “Places and Things“.

Dan Winters
Dan Winters

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