I wish I could tell you that I saw this while I was shooting in the field. I also wish I could tell you that I saw it when I got home and went through my images on my computer over 3 years ago. And I wish I could say that I saw it in the 10+ times that I’ve gone back through that folder of images since then. Nope.
Actually, a month ago, I saw this golden heart, while in meditation. It wasn’t until I was going through unprocessed images a couple of weeks ago that I finally saw it. I stopped dead in my tracks and immediately remembered the vision I’d had. Apparently, I wasn’t able to see it until I was meant to. I don’t understand how I could have missed something so amazing for so long. Funny how that works sometimes.
(I swear the next post will be how I created the planet in iColorama. I just thought I would do a quick post today before I tackle my growing to do list.)
I was going to go to Lake Tahoe today, to spend a couple days shooting around there, but I’m so stressed by all of the things I need to do, that I don’t think I’d be able to enjoy Tahoe, or the 4 hour drive.
Anyways, about this image…I saw a few hearts in nature, on this recent road trip. This is a rock I found earlier this year. I brought it with me because I thought I might have time to create something I’ve been thinking about for a while, but I didn’t. Instead, I decided to stop waiting for what I thought was the perfect moment, and just expose it to some golden light on the beach.
Be sure to expose yours today too. The truth is, like the hearts in nature, many people will not notice, or care, that yours is exposed, but the ones that do are the ones that should.
I don’t care much for this holiday, but have a heart photo anyways. I found these in an interesting crystal shop in Mt. Shasta City a few days ago. The blue heart really caught my eye because the contrast against the other dull colors, and even the different size, made it stand out.
Happy Feb 14th 🙂
I saw this out in the yard the other day and thought I’d share it with you all. Not to get all deep on you (I was a philosophy major in college,) but this makes me wonder if you took the time to see love in everything, could you? Would you?
I’m really not a fan of valentines day and I sort of hate myself for sharing this pic today lol. I’ll keep the ranting to myself and try to post something later thats not cheesy.