With a world full of excess one needs to practice sitting with the simple things. Learn to zoom in on those tiny nuances we too often miss or disregard.
This is the foundation of why I take photographs. It is a form of meditation and presence that helps me find calm ground amidst the heavy hum of the world. We have become so lost and disconnected from the softness of reality, the stillness, the quiet. We no longer honor the “mundane” and take for granted the tiny gifts present around us always like the reflection of the sky in a bouquet of roses, the soft pink petals that smell of sweetness, the buds about to bloom and the overwhelming gift of those very simple things…
There is energy and light around us always wanting us to feel it, soak into it, melt into its peaceful presence, see ourselves reflected in its calm shadow. If ever you feel lost..look for simplicity, walk in the dew covered morning grass and connect with the beat of mother natures heart, for she is always trying to call us home.
"Here I am in the freedom of nature. In the quiet of our mothers bosom. And I’m learning to walk toward her tiny gifts of light and wonder. Cleverly hidden only for eyes who long to learn from her. "