Behavior: See & Tell: Color Phototherapy

Images that reveal secrets in the viewer's heart

A swooping swimmer in churning blue water, a nearly invisible running horse latticed with bands of light, a jagged greenish swirl, a diver poised before takeoff. These photographs, ranging from impressionism to clear abstraction, are the work of Joel Walker, a gifted amateur cameraman, who took them for his amusement and then was pleased enough with the results to hang them on the walls of his Toronto office as decoration.

Walker, 39, is a psychiatrist. These four, and six other images, began to elicit comments from...

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