Monday, May 26, 2014

two feet, one camera...my idea of fun



It's true.
A good walk is a blessing that lingers.
As I've shared, many times before,
there are few things that pull me into the
now
like a long walk with my camera.
Something about the focus.
About lingering over
 and marveling over
a small, random detail;
then lifting my eyes to take in the bigger picture.
My mind is quieted.
My stress seems to vanish.
And my gratitude for the day that is
this day
grows and fills my heart.








Today 
I remember 
not
to take for granted the
FREEDOM
that I have to walk and wander as I please.
And this is very good.


Joining Tamar for
The Good. The Random. The Fun.

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, Adrienne! Hope you've enjoyed your weekend in the mountains!

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  2. Your photos are lovely. I especially like the train tracks and the porch with the flag.

    Felicia
    fotosbyfelicia.blogspot.com

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  3. I enjoyed your walk about- and especially the last shot!

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  4. Amazing. It's been cold and rainy here so I enjoyed taking this virtual walk with you.

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  5. A very beautiful set of pictures Adrienne. Two feet and one camera is my idea of bliss too.

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  6. So beautifully written and photographed. A peaceful morning/evening walk has so many redeeming qualities. Thank you for taking us along.

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  7. I love this and share this sentiment with you. I've often read advice for being in the "now" - leave the camera at home. But it doesn't work that way for me. The camera helps me connect to my surroundings and look beyond the obvious.

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