Nurturing Ourselves: Simple ways that Taking Time Refuels and Rejuvenates

Dewy Morning

Nurturing Ourselves in Nature: Thriving Amidst the Challenges of Life In the relentless rhythm of modern life, it’s easy to lose sight of our own needs amidst the demands and expectations placed upon us. However, amidst the hustle and bustle, we must prioritize the nurturing of our own well-being. Taking the time to refuel and […]

Hogsback…Just for the Joy of It

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever.” ― John Keats, Endymion: A Poetic Romance The reason that I am passionate about photography is the pure joy of seeing the beauty, humor, and even the sadness sometimes, in life…it is a delicious savoring of moments in time…holding with love what is before me…and never letting it go […]

135 Days…

Back home from a cold and rainy forest holiday in Hogsback (strange name with unknown origin)…supposedly the place that inspired JRR Tolkien… nestled in the Amatola Mountain range and housing the oldest forest in South Africa… With no wi-fi or internet…you can lose yourself in the pure magic…the earthy smells and fragrances of the natural […]

And the Butt’s Have it…

One of the funniest occurrences that I seem to encounter frequently is that I’m always getting the tail end of things… But…wonderfully not at every photographic encounter…

March 2022 Awards

I haven’t heard the comments from the judges yet…but after reviewing…although I enjoy looking at it…it really doesn’t evoke a lot of emotion…there is no story either… This is how the awards are rated and what is needed for advancement…of course, being incredibly impatient and itchy to reach for the next tier… it’s a great […]

All the Imperfect…

100% perfectly imperfect…just like me Going through images and deleting ones not useful for anything or not perfect enough for competition…it is like trying to choose a favorite child…most with flaws…but seemingly impossible to just erase… “Life isn’t meant to be lived perfectly…but merely to be lived. Boldly, wildly, beautifully, uncertainly, imperfectly, magically lived.” – […]

January Awards

…not what I hoped…but a great way to learn and improve is by failing. I knew that the dragonfly was not sharp…but I loved the story that it told❤

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