Rule 1: Recognizing the Rules and Patterns to Solve Problems and Puzzles Brings Internal, Fundamental Joy

Fall 2019

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Rule 1: Recognizing the Rules and Patterns to Solve Problems and Puzzles Brings Internal, Fundamental Joy
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Mihal Emberton, MD, MPH, MS

Dr Emberton reports: “l have always been fascinated with human learning and human connectedness. Photography is an amazing tool that allows me to capture these human moments, revisit them, frame them, apply perspective, and better understand them. Wynn Bullock (an acclaimed 20th century American photographer known for his color light abstractions and black-and-white photography of nature) stated, ‘When I photograph, what I’m really doing is seeking answers to things,’ and I completely agree.”

These photographs were taken with an iPhone and the silvered filter was applied in Photoshop Express.

Dr Emberton is a perpetual student, a practicing primary care physician, and a medical educator in San Francisco, CA.

 

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