A peaceful place to be with no judgment other than personal reflection and grace to grow as desired is truly a blessing.
We all need peaceful places to just be present and open to new ideas, and to find comfort in old memories that bring us joy in the thought of them. Perhaps a space is needed to grieve in solitude. For some, we may find solace in our yard. Others may need to go to a park or simply a drive, preferably in the countryside, where nature may help to salve our soul and bring comfort and well-being.
Rose Beauty is a reminder to look for the beautiful in each day and person.
Live in such a way as to shine the radiance of your best you – look for the beauty in nature and others. We do make a difference by our very presence, so shine. By being humble, honest, and hopeful you can shed forth a light that others may see more clearly.
Mum Imagination is my photoart representation as a kaleidoscope of a field of yellow, orange, and purple mums. I view the wonders of nature, and my mind is filled with so much more than what my eyes alone perceive. With this in mind I took a photo of mine with a field of mums, and let my imagination go, creating this photo art piece.
May we all use our imagination to usher into our world more beauty, peace, equity, and justice.
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My wooden holiday ornaments are 1/2″ thick, approximately 4″ tall, and include a string for easy hanging and a magnet on the back for use on refrigerators. Ornaments are available in six different shapes, including: stars, hearts, bells, trees, ovals, and stockings.
Nature and Landscape Photos I’ve taken serve as moments of remembrance and reflection. Many times, as I am drawn to observe some aspect of nature, I am also invited by my observation to ask how my life is like this nature focal point. Then I am grateful for this moment of self-awareness and encouraged to grow personally. So, it my hope that my photo images can also be a source of inspiration for others.
Nature inspired photo art creation is based on my photo of a burning bush. The photo processing to produce this effect creates a mood of wonder which is what I feel when gazing upon the autumn beauty of burning bushes.
Lately, I am being drawn to playfully create photoart expressions of gratitude and wonderment with my photos of nature and mountain landscapes.
Peering through some nearby bushes, from a distance, one can see the lower waterfall of Graveyard Fields along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The big sky and autumn fall colors gives way to a beautiful moment.
Each day, try to look past those things nearby in your daily experience and see the beauty as if you are peering at your life from a distance.
Today, I turned 65 and look forward to aging gracefully with patience, persistence, and purpose. Even though my body feels the effects of time more each year, that which is more truly me still is curious, imaginative, and alert to be productive in the new possibilities of each day. May we all receive the blessings of each new day, and be the blessing that others experience.
My nature photos help me to experience my soulscape, reflected in nature. As I ponder nature scenes I understand more about my relationship with the Divine and others, which inspires me.Allen Nice-Webb, photographer
The presence of the Divine in my life experience is central to my inner healing, wholeness, and well-being. For me, making art is meditation and prayer, restorative and restful for my soul.Karen Nice-Webb, artist
For each one of us, art and life share a space where our soul-scape is expressed. As one loves to garden and sees the benefits for nature as well as oneself, it is the crafting of landscape and soul-scape simultaneously. When we are in touch with, connected to, and consistent in our outer and inner selves we find our heart ablaze with wonder and gratitude.
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As we travel through our life moments, it is important that we take time to rest. As I traveled along this path the bench seemed to call out “rest here”. If we practice listening to our inner voice we will become accustom to this need for rest and learn that it is essential to be at our full readiness in each of our life experiences. When we are well rested, we can be more fully present in the many varied moments and with our interactions.