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Life Lessons Shared with Double Exposure Photos

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Florida-based photographer Brandon Kidwell has been working on a lifelong project called “Wisdom for My Children.” It’s a series of beautiful double exposure photos that resulted from real experiences Kidwell went through while raising his kids. Each of the images “is symbolic of some piece of advice that I gave them,” he writes.

The photograph above is for the message: “Being free means having the courage to let go.”

“To find truth, sometimes you have to reach into the darkness.”

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“Failure and Regret are reserved for those who are afraid to reach with their heart.”

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“Look to others for guidance, look within to find your truths”

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“In order to follow your heart, you must first find your mind.”

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“Be mindful of the roads you choose, they will take you where you are going!”

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“Lost time is never found again.”

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“Sometimes what we fear the most is only something we haven’t grasped an understanding of.”

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“Life is often best appreciated by walking your path one step at a time.”

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“To find your courage, you must first find your fears.”

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You can find more of Kidwell’s photography over on his website.


Image credits: Photographs by Brandon Kidwell

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