Dewitt's Images

I spent 20 years as a photographer for National Geographic. Every time they sent me out, they would ask me to Celebrate What's Right with the World. I did and it changed my life. Everyday I see images that make me want to celebrate. One day, I decided to stop keeping these moments to myself and instead to share them with as many people as possible. So, each week, I send out an image with the same simple message.

Will these images change the world? I don't know, maybe. They change me. Just the act of reflecting each week on how much I have to be thankful for makes me a better person. Can you imagine a world in which every person, everyday, celebrated what was right? I can. It would be incredible.

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#21 Dream Wave

#21 Dream Wave

Annie Dillard once wrote, “Our life is a faint tracing on the surface of mystery” and that, for me, is a great cause for cele... Read more

#20 Tree and Rainbow

#20 Tree and Rainbow

Robinson Jeffers wrote, “Is it not by his high superfluousness that we know our God? For to meet a need is natural, animal, m... Read more

#19 Hula Sisters

#19 Hula Sisters

The connection of like minds and hearts. Is there anything that fills us with more joy?

#18 Wonder Child

#18 Wonder Child

Wonder. When we see it on a child’s face, it brings tears to our eyes. How often do we let ourselves feel it?

#17 Magic Waters

#17 Magic Waters

Loren Eiseley one wrote, “If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” Looking through the lens that evening,... Read more

#16 Tide Line

#16 Tide Line

The Tide Line — confluence of sea and land and air. A place of energy and reflection. A place that puts life in perspective.... Read more

#15 Solar Flower

#15 Solar Flower

Inside the water lily, the sun is rising!

#14 Blue Mountians

#14 Blue Mountians

How could I leave this vista? Rather just stand amazed, and let Blue Dusk wrap me in her arms.

#13 Spring

#13 Spring

The colors of the new season in Monet’s Garden. The hues of the flowers become paint brushes of light. Magic!

#12 Nankoweap

#12 Nankoweap

The powers that set this banquet are far, far greater than my tiny consciousness. I was just honored to be allowed to partake... Read more

#11 Dawn on the Columbia River

#11 Dawn on the Columbia River

Alone in the light. The Banquet is laid though nobody comes.

#10 Inspiration

#10 Inspiration

Sunset light through a towering wave. Truly awe — inspiring!