The secret of maintaining youth, and balance while growing older, is to remain open to learning new things. That’s what it means to be teachable. To be open and receptive.
What do these words mean to you? As I walk around my world, wherever I might be, I think everything I see in that moment is unique. We love novelty but it needs to be integrated with our expectations to some degree or we wouldn’t feel safe or happy.
Now I understand why art is good for the soul.
Going inside Arizona caves (with Topaz) http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/14/weekly-photo-challenge-inside-2/
I’m always looking for a different point of view, in my life or in photography. I find it helpful to look close, look up, or fold myself in various directions in order to see something differently. You never know what you might miss if you just stay in one place or position all the time.…
Under the snow in the cold damp earth there are seeds of new life. Winter hides the secret of renewal. One day those seeds will surely burst with energy driving shoots up to break through the top soil. My heart explodes with thoughts of spring, new growth, and the blossoms that fill the air with…
My sticky note to myself, made with textgram. In the midst of all the ups and downs of life, make it a priority to love, laugh and be grateful in 2013!
“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” – Arudhati Roy
Purple is and always has been my favorite color, every shade of it. So you would think that this weeks challenge would have been easy for me. However, since I’ve been working 7 days a week for a month and worked 50 hours last week, my brain is in a bit of a fog. Looking…
I’ve always felt like diving right in … To be inside this watery world, floating & twirling & swirling around … Bouncing on the bubbles and taking life easy … Inside this watery wonder world.
Everything moves. I move, I move the camera, the object moves, I move the objects on the page, the light moves, life moves. How does one ever take a still shot? The finger moves to the shutter button and the camera captures movement … …but this is only the beginning, movement never ends.