Absence, presence, proximity?

The old adage advises that when an object of affection is “out of sight,” that affection isn’t diminished—it’s multiplied.

For us, we believe that it doesn’t need to be that way. For example, if the object of affection was a beautiful outdoor scene, we’ll take proximity and presence over absence any day. With Shaker Lakes just steps away from our office, it could become easy to overlook the beauty when its presence becomes too familiar. But when we step out, step away, and consider in a different light, the affection is renewed.

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