PS Watch this space…for “Spirit Lifters”…coming soon…
OK, a few words…
Trying so hard to get a shot of the beautiful orange House Finches and accidentally caught this…
I still get out to walk briefly each day and the sun has done its thing for me out there also. It points itself directly at something.
It’s as if it’s tapping me on the shoulder, saying “Uh, Hellooo!”
Look up. Look around.
Nature is still here for you, unaffected by the Virus.
PS The MINUTE after I posted, I watched this little video on Greater Good Science Center’s newsletter. PERFECT timing! Short. Enjoy!
Sometimes, I’m oblivious to beauty.
It’s always there though.
It’s almost embarrassing to discover how long I might have ignored a beautiful offering from Nature, from the Universe…
But then the SUN, loudly and clearly, spotlights a thing I hadn’t noticed, something I’d been ignoring.
I can’t always capture it with my camera, but it’s usually impossible to walk by without a pause to appreciate…
You really must try it…
My FAVORITE piece of art…that I hadn’t looked at in a while
Oh I love this one. I do love Reflections so I may have to do another post on it…sharing some more recent photos.
This is a re-blog ( I think it’s called) from LensArtistChallenge #25. I was proud of that one so I am sharing it again. Hope that’s not cheating.
I love reflections. I like to mess with photographing them because there can be surprises you don’t see when looking at something directly.
That makes me think of how different things can look, depending on where you stand, where you focus and what you are feeling.
I took these photos for the theme Blue, but discovered the trees and clouds afterward.
This is two shots of the same glass, just me deciding which perspective to focus on. (I’m sure there is a “glass half empty or full” reference here…)
I have this great photo hanging in my group therapy room that reminds me to always look at tough situations from different angles before I conclude anything.
Flipping this upside-down sure changes the feel of the photo, doesn’t it?
I’m so grateful to my Dad for teaching me that there is always, ALWAYS more than one way to look at something.
Here are some other posts I did about Reflections… Let me know what you see.