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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#37 Dew Drops

#37 Dew Drops

There, in the stillness, a treasure trove of beauty.

#36 Skye

#36 Skye

Every evening nature sets before us a visual banquet. How often do we join her at the table?

#35 North Coast Valley

#35 North Coast Valley

Man and nature. They are not separate, much as we sometimes think they are. And when they are in balance, it is beautiful to... Read more

#34 Brian

#34 Brian

The eyes of a child. The innocence. The openness. The possibilities. What greater gift?

#33 Redwoods

#33 Redwoods

Layer upon layer of beauty. Not a battle for survival, a tapestry of co-existence.

#32 Roots

#32 Roots

Let your roots sink deep into the beauty of the Earth…

#31 Great Fountian Geyser

#31 Great Fountian Geyser

Earth, Air, Fire and Water. What a show they put on every sunset. A visual banquet every eve. Perhaps it’s time to stop and w... Read more

#30 Abundance

#30 Abundance

In a tiny pond, layer upon layer of beauty. As Elizabeth Browning penned: “Earth’s crammed with heaven”. It’s there for us to... Read more

#29 Golf

#29 Golf

Hey, with the right perspective, the fairways are green, the clubs are new and you’re only as old as you feel.

#28 Molokai Storm

#28 Molokai Storm

Awe — feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder. Rarely do we venture far enough from our human-centered world... Read more

#27 Eagle Falls

#27 Eagle Falls

I rose very early yesterday to photograph dawn at Eagle Falls here in Tahoe. No, I don’t always rise this early. Rather I sle... Read more

#26 Auntie

#26 Auntie

There are days when the only thing to do is to put on your party hat and…Sing! May today be one of those days.