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Soul~full of ' Soft '

My soft~Susan~soul sojourn ~>

I've been to the place where my soul entwines with soft ~>

Soft Scenes ~>
soft sea,
soft sky,
soft sand

and ~>



Soft Souls 

Susan Piver is one such soft soul who I love to be in the company of, figuratively speaking, she has a soft way of showing strength, empathy and understanding... you will find her here  (to be expanded later)...

I have expressed my love for 'soft' in these images with very little editing as I wanted to preserve the soft feeling I remember whilst travelling ~>
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The reflection on the window of my head shadow entwines me with the scene, becoming 'one',
Being, merging, immersed, absorbed... the flash, that I could have removed remains, symbolizing my soul connection to soft and an enlightened state...

Think about it, where does your soft~soul love to sojourn?

Express yourself...

Send your expressions out to the universe...

By way of ~

Postcards from Paradise
Recuerda mi Corazon

PS Tomorrow my girl and I start a momentous journey, we aim to travel on uncharted roads, we know there is no right or wrong way but it will be documented here, and here's a clue...
it's going to be ~>


You may travel with us in spirit, and add your comments about our journey which we will take along with us, pasting to our hearts and paper.....you may also be moved to travel along too.

Love Susan x

Comments

judie said…
As soon as I saw the photos and before I read the post, the first thing I thought was "how soft, and pink". Lovely.

I wanna go too!!!
slsmyth said…
Softness leaves me feeing light -- and filled with light...so do these photographs.

And how exciting to take off on a travel with no right or wrong way -- an adventure begins!
beccagivens said…
Lovely -- and peaceful!
gma said…
Oh Sue these photographs are soulful and meditative.
Much bliss to you.
Roz said…
Such a contrast between these photographs and the weather here today; I will keep your soft, peaceful images in mind as the autumn winds blow xx
Very creative photo works ~ love the pastels ~ carol,xo
wabisabipoet said…
Lovely photos! The soft colors are just right!

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