Miksang means ‘Good Eye’ in Tibetan. We all have a Good Eye as part of our human makeup. This means we have the ability to see the world in a pure way, without overlays of meaning and value, pleasure, dislike, or disinterest.When we can see with our Good Eye, the world is always fresh, because everything we see is as for the first time. There is no memory, no association, only the world manifesting to us, as it is, out of nowhere. These perceptions are vibrant and vivid, pulsating with life. The visual world is our feast, our playground.Seeing in this way brings us joy in being alive. Through our images we can express our experience of seeing. Our photographs will carry within them our heart, our mind, the blood of our experience.