Featured Book: With Eyes Wide Open
The photographs in this collection include turtles, faucets, a piece of Van Gogh art made of 8000 living plants, roots, identical triplet baby boys, telephones, eating implements—knives, forks, spoons, logs, legs sticking out of a building, an Italian demonstrator, fried green tomatoes, a performer on Austin City Limits stage, an old tin barn, a person with purple hair, a woven hanging of Elvis, leeks, and trees bending left in a west Texas wind.
In her introduction to the book, Elizabeth writes: “Beauty exists everywhere. Surprises abound. Light shines. With eyes wide open we all can participate.” These photographs are her testament to the gift of the everyday.