Synchronicity would have it that my little eyelet explorations ( see previous here ) were manifesting at the same time I happened across a post about the ensō by Lola @ Buddhatropolis In Zen Buddhist painting, ensō (Japanese word meaning circle) symbolizes a moment when the mind is free to simply let the body/spirit create. The ensō drawing or painting is used for daily meditation practice. It made sense, this was happening in my moments of awarness, I was co-creating with the ensō my mark making was not paint, led or charcoal, but the lens of my camera. I am fully in the moment with my image making, for this reason it has taken on new meaning for me, kind of spiritual when using the symbolic ensō, focusing through 'my little eyelet'. ~ The Spiral Way ~ The way of the mystic is not a linear path. We do not slay dragons one after the other, proceeding in a clear chronological line towards fulfilment. Neither is the mystic way a circ
Holding true balance through life's turbulent ocean, ebbs and flows in waves. I have read, and I'm inclined to agree the occasions of perfect balance are few, and not held for long. My yoga practice bears this out, persistence is the answer! Visit Recuerda mi Corazon for more haiku poetry
Halcyon days of pure 'Monet' moments, breathing in beauty, drenched in light, tissue thin petals, sweet sassy stamens, seductive poppy how you delight. The purest joy I know is when I'm totally in the moments with my camera Share the Joy Thursday Meri's Musings
Same Couple walking on the same trail of ten thousand footsteps, same view, but different with each step and moment. Light on the ascent. Light on the descent. It does seem that light reflects more beautifully on the descent!
I've been playing with Jamie Ridler & Co collaging my intuition under the Sturgeon Full Moon Diving beneath the surface waiting to see what my intuition came up with, I selected, cut, ripped, assembled & glued I hadn't realised until yesterday it was the Sturgeon Full Moon, strangely enough I've been seeing fish for awhile, on waking my eyes were drawn to one fish eye gazing at me in my knotty pine skirting board and did you notice the fish in my new header? This all seems a bit fishy ;~) Jamie asks " “Intuition, what insight do you have into dreams? What messages are stirring and asking to be seen? This is a deeply intuitive time. " So looking into my dreams I see: I'm ready & steady to give inspiration, I believe in you & me that we are amazing women. That we have fruity juicy lips for kissing and funky shoes for travelling to Paris & USA oh and last but not least,
time to reflect over tea on crow's redundant TV aerial perch refreshing rain for the garden miracle of macro a bit of pink fluff oh, and a pair of big strong boots to rely on, my love's of course! Linking with Share the Joy Thursday @ Meri's Musings
'Push it a bit more' tutor would say, pushing your art on produces amazing things. When you think that's it, you can always turn it into something else, the possibilities are infinite! I view my photography as a pushing the boundaries kind or art. It's not so much about technical achievement, although I'm not knocking skill, but for me it's more to do with experimenting and exploring my feelings through random images.
taking time to reflect longer, looking deeper, revealing different perspectives, the insight amazes, views not seen before, I'm "loving the every detail of life" as quoted by Mon @ Bohemian Twilight See Mon's delicious 'easy peachy' recipe today! SOOC