I came across the amazing everyday the other day and I've been savoring it ever since. Honestly, it's one of the most moving books I've had the pleasure to spend time with in a long time. The artist and author, byron wolfe, is an associate professor in photography at California State University, Chico. As a personal creative assignment, he made one new picture everyday, within the criteria that each photo be "compelling and original". What has resulted is a wonderful, surprisingly moving story of regular life through the eyes and lens of one person. Everyday stuff, stuff you might easily miss if you weren't noticing, stuff that is so achingly wonderful about living. One critic summed it up perfectly for me: "this book is an extraordinary reminder to wake up to the lives we're already living, whose ordinariness might be more than enough." More than enough. I love this sentiment. The world is a very rich place already, there to be seen and celebrated by us if we just notice it, a philosophical approach which has been brought to life so well in this very special book.