Verissimus Photography & Prints

Tiny Habits and Tiny Cars

"Tiny Habits and Tiny Cars" is a black and white film photograph of Amsterdam captures a tiny car parked on the sidewalk. The profile side angle shot invites the viewer to reflect on the philosophical concept that our habits shape who we are.

As Aristotle said, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." This photograph captures a moment in time, evoking nostalgia and a sense of the past, while also reminding us of the enduring value of cultivating habits of excellence. We do not need much to be happy and successful.

The image invites us to consider the importance of paying attention to the small details in our lives, as even the tiny car in the photograph adds to the overall beauty and excellence of the scene. The black and white film style of the photograph further emphasizes the timeless quality of the philosophical concepts that inspire our prints.

At Verissimus Prints, we seek to offer fine art prints that capture the essence of such philosophical ideas, inviting reflection and adding beauty to our lives and spaces. This photograph, titled "Tiny Habits and Tiny Cars," serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of cultivating enduring habits that shape our lives for the better.

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