Wabi Sabi

Journey at Home Day 64


The Japanese art of imperfect beauty. A way of living that focuses on finding beauty in the imperfections of life and accepting peacefully the impermanence of things.

Lisa Cuchara gave a photography webinar on Wabi Sabi this week. I signed up for it because I had not idea whatsoever what the webinar would be covering. The Photographic Society of America ramped up the frequency with which they offer webinars. Each one so far has been inspiring and instructional. This one was no exception.

Lisa photographs imperfect things in an aesthetically pleasing way. Her presentation was full of examples, including the image above. Her husband is also a photographer so they have a joint website. Check out their “rusty, dusty, and-or crusty closeup” gallery.

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