“I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn how to do it” ~ Pablo Picasso
Let’s hope that we get a sunrise like this on the weekend. The camera is itching and ready… and the coffee is waiting at The Coffee Guys – South Beach.
“Every compliment, criticism, promotion, setback, good vibe, cough or really long line you have to wait in is a gift that was meticulously designed to make possible your becoming more than who you were and, ultimately, happier than ever before, as we dance into forever” ~ The Universe
Canon South Africa Canon G3X F3.2, ISO 320, 1/500 sec.
As Marianne Williamson says, “As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
“Not only is rediscovering our own light liberating for ourselves, but it inevitably lends support to those who might desperately need some love. There’s nothing quite so humbling, so real, as being able to be even a glimmer of hope in someone’s storm” ~ www.aimhappy.com
Early Monday morning “meditation” done by processing three images from my photo shoot on Sunday morning.
Ready to crack the work week! Wishing all of you a splendid week to shine your light on another.
PS: I’ve found a lovely blog about heart disease “the silent killer”. If you get some time do read some of the articles, which tell you what a lot of doctors don’t:
Canon 6D, F16, ISO640, shutter speed via AV bracketing. Two RAW images blended with Jimmy Mcintyre‘s Raya Pro (easy / normal looking HDR): http://www.shutterevolve.com/raya-pro-the-ultimate-digital…/
“When coasting in our comfort zones, we don’t grow. We continue to do more of the same…. Maintaining a comfort zone can, paradoxically, lead to discomfort in the long run. If by being comfortable we avoid important life issues, internal tension accumulates…. Eventually, as both internal and external pressures for change persist, the ‘comfort zone’ ceases to serve us.” – Eric Allenbaugh
Warren asked for a photo so I pulled out an old Umhlanga Rocks, KwaZulu-Natal shot and worked on it from scratch. A little rusty but had fun.
Canon 6D, ISO 320, F10, 1/160 sec. 17mm