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Intuitive Inquiry



During this time of transition and re-focusing my passion, I'm looking to my images
either at the point of shooting, or post editing  (if any) to inform my journey, inquiry.
To see what it is that has arrived in the moments that capture my heart.
An ongoing investigation as to how I  'Align to Divine',
with a view to inspiring others along this route.

For sure colour and form, hues, texture and balance all have their place
and there are technical experts out there for advice on such matters, but for me that 'essential' something, something other is what I'm looking for, what I want to explore.

What was going on for me in those moments, the moments the sun shone after days of soggy rain for example! Rain soddened earth and two mutts having creepy visitors within their coats was the scene!!! Washing, everything that could be detached and laundered at 60 degrees was, also taking forever in the machine, hanging dank and heavy around the house. Air laden with chemical fumes from doused carpets within, and heavy 'grey' laden air outdoors! And still two mutts scratching....

But oh the intuitive release came with the next day's sun, the crisp air, the colours, the wind beneath lines of laundry, blowing, blowing all of those cares away. Those intuitive magical moments summoned by the awareness of Being and being ready for capturing with the camera is what I am exploring now, how we can tap into this beautiful and nourishing feeling on a regular basis.

Intuitive Photography don't miss a moment, document the days, the slow flow of the river, along with the drama and rush of life, make moments to capture it all, save and savour! There is always something there waiting to transport the essence of the moment through the camera, something shining or sparkling or even symbolic.  Images don't have to be perfect, like with intuitive painting they are yours, your creations, your connection to the Divine, you just have to intuit the moments.

More to come...

Yours intuitively.... SF

Comments

Beautiful Sue.... So true, finding that harmony with our Divine Being through awareness and giving that expression, being in the Flow - embracing life as it is...

Especially love the second photo - the colors and catching those towels in the wind! wow...

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