Buy a beautiful print – and along with it, clean water for the world.
That’s Joetography’s latest initiative. Joe Dudeck has been a friend for years, and his photography is stunning, capturing everything from landscapes to architecture to seemingly ordinary objects of the everyday. In the months of September and October, when you buy prints and book photography sessions (for those living in the Indy area), 25% of all of Joe’s profits will be donated to Charity: Water, a non-profit group that sends 100% of public donations to fund clean water projects in developing nations.
I am in awe of those who, like Joe, have been given this gift of seeing. The lens is a powerful tool: we are stirred by what we see, drawn in by our senses to beauty. I might wish that I were a photographer, rather than a writer – and you might, too, seeing as this blog would have a lot more visual interest.
Shop soon at Joetography.
Hang from your wall a print that captures something beautiful from this big, spinning globe that God has made and sustains.
Fund clean water – and give a gift of love.
P.S. I’ll be buying the print, Man of Sorrows, which was featured here on this blog.