Did you see that? No. What? Never mind, it's gone. So often we see something and in the blink of an eye, it disappears. The photographs in this collection capture an image at the moment of most impact before the subject is changed or gone. Laurie Salzler's photographs have a transcendence beyond simple representation that takes the viewer to a deeper level. Sheila Pearsons complements these photographs with quietly pulled words from the stillness of reflection combined with the voice of suggestion. With a mixture of vision and expression, Salzler's photographs and Pearsons' words offer an experience of recognizing the delights in the simple moments of the day. In taking time to stop, to observe, to focus on the small frames in the parama of our weeks, we gain an appreciation of our personal corners of the world. With this appreciation, we can all take better care of this earth and its inhabitants.