– Bret Culp Discovers Beauty In Impermanence, the Canadian Photographers Network, has published an article about my book, The Beauty Of Impermanence. is a great source of Canadian focused photographic information and inspiration.  Photographers can benefit from networking, mentoring and resources
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Absorbed In Stillness, Cheltenham Badlands, Caledon, Ontario, Canada, 2006
archival pigment on photo rag

The concept of impermanence can represent many things to many people.
To some, the acknowledgement that nothing lasts forever may induce
feelings of futility, for others a fear of change, but for Bret Culp
there is beauty in impermanence.

Culp is a Toronto photographer who seeks out scenes of the ephemeral
nature of the world and through his iconic black and white photographs
he conveys the beauty that exists in the impermanent.

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