Posts Tagged ‘imagination’

Again and again I go to nature for macro shots.  The beauty that’s obvious at first glance is revealed to have more and more layers the closer I get.  Colors, textures, shapes–all take on a new and different look and feel when viewed as an insect would see them.                                      

Imagine being encircles by a hedge of purple while sitting on a chair of bright yellow dots.

What’s that? A leaf in my path. I’ll go around. I don’t like the crunchy feel of dead leaves.

Imagine sipping dew from the hairs of a flower.




“Solitude is as needful to the imagination as society is wholesome for the character.”

~James Lowell


Notes and chords…


I wanted to include a video I took on this same day, but WordPress won’t let me do it without paying for a special program.
So instead of enjoying a melody, you’ll have to be satisfied with a chord or two.
I hope you enjoyed the music.

Riding in the mountains is not just an adventure; it’s a job.  At least it’s a job for the person riding first in line.  Because there be monsters in them thar hills and it’s your job as rider to look out for monsters.  Don’t believe there are monsters?  Just ask your horse. (more…)