The Master Creates (4 IMAGES)

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Mother’s Art

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the Master creates
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MF Photography/ “The Master Creates” August 2016©AmyRose
@www.herladypinkrose.wordpress.com

These images were taken with my Canon 50D at a park called Reinstein Woods.  The tremendous beauty I see there and the endless trails will have me returning with my 6D.  That is a promise!!! I have yet to see it all!

And now for my story of what happened to me yesterday:

Lately, I have been motivated to explore local parks.  Yesterday I went to one called Hunters Creek Park and had one of the worst experiences that I ever had in a forest.  I got lost.  I was following the “pink trail” but it kept branching off to other “pink trails” until I was completely and totally confused.  I lost all sense of direction, something I never do in a forest, ever.  I had a map on me but the confounded thing is so tiny and so complex I could not comprehend it.  Even my hubby when he saw this map, he could not understand it and he is good at reading maps!

At one point, the more I hiked the more scared I became.  Nothing looked familiar and there were pink trails in every direction I looked.  Terrified, I realized I had no idea where I was, what direction I was facing, or how to get back to my car.  Full blown panic descended on me.  I could not breathe I just could not breathe.  The fear made the sweat pour off of me and my mind went blank.  I stopped, panting, gasping for air as my heart literally was choking me.  Shaking shaking with fear with a brain that refused to work …

Right there I prayed.  I prayed fervently that I would get help.  In faith I started walking desperately seeking something something anything that looked familiar.  Then I heard it.  Voices!! OMG!! I heard voices and I made sure I walked towards those voices.  To my utter surprise I saw two young girls swinging on hammocks just drifting quietly away.  Thank goodness they were talking for I would not have seen them.

Angels.  These girls were Angels.  I began to cry something I do not do easily.  I could barely speak and when I did the words rushed out and I just had to breathe breathe until I made sense.  When I finally managed to tell them I was lost, they were so compassionately kind and confided it was very easy to get lost in these woods if you did not know them.  They headed me in the right direction and in fact they climbed out of their hammocks to guide me back part of the way to make sure I would get to the parking lot safely.

I will never forget those young girls.  Never.  I will also never go back to this eerie, strange, not very pretty park.  I had plans on coming back with my new camera to take pictures.  Scratch this park off my list.  No way.  Absolutely not.  When pigs fly.  I was never so happy to get back home.

As I stepped through the door words burst out as to what happened, I broke down again crying, and hubby told me he was so relieved I was home because he had gotten a weird feeling about this park.  Yet, because he knows who I am, he freely let me go to find out for myself what this park is all about.  That’s Love, Folks.  And that is Faith that a wife will come walking back through the door after hiking at a park that has weird vibes.

As a friend pointed out, Lesson learned to listen to my Inner Guidance.  I had been given signs not to go.  Yet, I ignored them as my mounting excitement ran right over the still small voice all because I just had to explore a new place.  I’m an adventurer at heart.  Every time, and I mean every time I ignore that “Guidance”, I end up in trouble.  Yes, those “signs” are subtle and sometimes I really am not sure what they mean but … *sigh*  Will I ever learn?

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    1. I cannot believe I missed your comment, Scott! SOOO sorry!! What with all the excitement this week between the terrible forest experience and getting my camera. Oh boy!!! Yes there is a song called “Thank Heaven for Little Girls” and now I have that song stuck in my head, thank you!!! 🙂 ❤

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  1. We need the negative to appreciate the positive when it does arrive…especially camera’s 😀
    And no, not a good experience…and I wouldn’t be surprised if you did go back there and those girls, swings etc are no longer in existence 🙂
    Much wisdom gained Amy, and I would think the removal of a lot of pent up emotions that needed to be released with that journey, maybe God wanted you a little clearer when your next mission arrives kind lady 🙂

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    1. I just love your input, Mark. I hadn’t thought of what you stated. Perhaps you are right for there had been so much stress, so much panic involved as I watched my beloved Karma worsen each day, as I desperately attempted to help him but unable to. *tears* I felt “lost” then as I did yesterday but with Karma I had to “control” those emotions in order not to upset him or the rest of my fur family. The real Miracle of all this, that is a HUGE forest and when I returned to the parking lot there were only 3 other cars in it other then mine. So the chances of me running into someone were slim to none. Yes, Angels. God never lets me down, as I at times do. Bless you for your wisdom. Much good came out of this. Perhaps in seeing this now, perhaps I will return to this park BUT with hubby. No way will I go alone. And we will be bringing a compass. We’ll see. For now, nothing could get me near that forest. ❤

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      1. Just for the moment….rest. You’ve taken a lot on, and are pushing too hard. Yes, there is no one else, but in among that is a guidance to look at you, truly see where your heart is for you.
        And from a Remedial Massage Therapy point of view, your adrenal gland is copping a hiding….re-teach it to slow right down…do breathing or yoga. Yes, the forest is beautiful, but the adrenal is still being pushed from the exercise.
        Do you…sloooooowly…at least twice a day for 15 min, and before you know it, you’ll be ready for the new camera 🙂
        If you are interested, ere is something that may help you understand the workings of a panic attack and how to beat them…. What Causes Anxiety Attacks!

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      2. God bless you! I’m slowly coming down from the adrenalin high and it feels wonderful. I’ve had too much to deal with in the past 3 years, much no one on WP knows about. Just the loss of my 3 babies, caring for them around the clock for about one year, is enough in of itself. I was able to stay in “Bliss mode” constantly until a day arrived that the rug was pulled out from under me. Much in those 3 years has been brought to the surface in order for me to heal. And grow. Both of which I have.
        I found this comment in my spam and that is why I am answering you now. I live for the day that I ride the Bliss high not here and there, but all the time. The more I practice Healthy ways to bring back Calm, the more I have that Bliss in my life. Loosing Karma, dear friend, struck so deep and so hard, for I lost a soul mate. Recovering both my physical stamina and my emotional balance has been very challenging, yet I see the slow glow of achievement. Feels good!!! ❤

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  2. Ah!! The Voice we hear and completely ignore…? I have CONSCIOUSLY tried to honor this place of kniwing, dear Amy, and still come up short from time to time. And like you, every time I ignore it I pay for it!! I’m so happy God heard your prayers and sent you two Angels for guidance ♡♡♡ Much Love my friend!!

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    1. Ah-huh. Yes, Lorrie, that “voice”. As I said sometimes the signs are subtle and sometimes our human excitement or emotion gets in the way of that voice. You of anyone would totally understand what I am talking about. I may carry with me much Wisdom, yet I too still walk the human walk and yes I along with the best of them, make mistakes. I wouldn’t be on this planet if I was perfect, now would I. (smile) LOL Much Love to you this glorious day, dear friend! ❤

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  3. A great lesson learned Dear Amy.. So pleased you got to hear those girls.. Angels to the rescue.. And I know that panic you speak off.. I once got lost with my hubby though so not as fearful as on your own.. We walked in a wood which was supposed to have coloured markers.. but we got confused and lost..
    Thankfully we stumbled across some other hikers whom we followed out..
    While I love Woods.. they can be dark frightening places when we get lost in them..

    I know this was also a little test.. Showing you that those inner built instincts that call out to our senses should not be ignored.. I have learnt this times many..

    So pleased you are safe and sound.. And shock now over with.. Loved the green woodland photos.. And yes.. Mother Nature is Master of all her domains.. 🙂
    Love Sue xxx

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    1. This is one park I will most definitely avoid except IF hubby wants to go. That will be the only way I will go. Angels really do exist I have NO doubt about it, Sue. There were only 3 other cars in the parking lot so the chances of me coming across anyone was slim to none. These girls were conveniently right around the corner from me. I won’t be ignoring that voice any time soon. My excitement got the better of me. Mark did point out this may have been an experience to release pent up emotions which felt right to me. While Karma was dying I had to control the panic, the feeling of being lost, the fear. All those emotions bubbled up yesterday let me tell you. So good really does come out of all situations. Hope your day is going well!!! 🙂 ❤

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      1. Yes I believe Mark could well be right.. And yes the Universe has a way of helping us through our emotions, not always in the ways we percieve them. But it is all good that we notice the signs as they come into our view 🙂
        I had a good day too Amy.. clearing some of my own debris away 🙂 in the form of cupboard clearing and throwing away and recycling.. 🙂 Very Therapeutic 🙂 xxx

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      2. Hmmmmm ….. I’ve on the same road it seems. I just want to throw out. Yesterday I was on a stepladder pruning back bushes that had gotten out of control. I seem to be wanting to get a sense of order in my Life. Yes, that’s it! 🙂 ❤

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      3. Yes me too… And I am laughing as I am sure my flowers shrink at the sight of me and call me scissor lady.. As I have been clipping off and dead heading blooms like crazy all week too.. 🙂 haha… And got stung by a bee on my thumb.. It was not a full on sting though it didn’t leave the sting behind.. Just a warning!… And It made me think about what was stinging at me recently! as I let go of the thoughts so the sting pain subsided lol.. And the Universe thought to reward me today as I found a shinny new Penny on the ground when shopping.. Pennies from Heaven are my symbol for this Sign.. So I was rewarded 🙂 and laughed even louder when my hubby walked another 3 yards and found a Pound Coin.. haha.. 😀 Big grins

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      4. When we are aware of the Signs life becomes a treasure hunt. It is fun. I actually relaxed last evening something that is not easy for me. Why? The moment I lay down to rest on a couch one of my cats is on my chest wanting attention. So, I went outside to sit in the twilight looking up at the clouds and remembering as a child how I layed on the grass looking for animal shapes in the clouds. Just to relax, without having to jump up to do something, to care for someone …. I’m always doing that, Sue. I must pencil in relaxing more often. It is not a necessity it is a must. 🙂

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  4. Oh goodness, I get lost so easily and it’s so frustrating. I can only imagine what it’s like getting lost in a forest all alone since you just don’t know when you’re going to see someone. I’m glad you got out safely and look at these beautiful images. So washed in color!

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    1. Marissa, I don’t get lost easily especially when I am in a forest. I deliberately look for objects, colors, shapes, trails to “mark” in my brain to assist me to find my way out. But when the trail kept on branching out to multiple trails, that is when I lost all sense of direction. Very frightening. I don’t know if it is someone’s warped sense of humor to paint the trail markings all one color, or if that is how that park is set up to be. What I told someone else is the real miracle about all this is when I returned to the parking lot there were only 3 other cars in the lot besides mine. That forest is huge and the chances of me coming across someone was slim to none. Hence, Angels.
      And thank you about the images. Reinstein Woods, though not a “hard hiking park” is gorgeous!!! I have yet to discover it all and you can bet more pictures will be coming from this place from my new camera. Have a great day!! ❤

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  5. Getting lost on blazed trails is pretty easy, particularly if they are not well-maintained. I have the added “benefit” of not being able to distinguish some blues from some greens and some reds. The trail I was on a few weeks ago had blue blazes and green blazes and lichen that was similar (to me) to both. Fortunately, my daughter was leading the way. I always carry a compass (old fashion real compass) and I try to know which end of the map is north.

    I’m glad you were led out of there, Amy. It’s a very scary feeling and it can be quite dangerous. Beautiful pictures, though 🙂

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    1. Dan, just today I asked hubby to teach me how to read his compass properly because from now on I will carry it. Hubby is like you … he has trouble differentiating between some colors, pink and orange. I don’t have this problem and to see all that pink on those trees was very confusing. I’ve really never been scared like that, always having a strong sense of direction, but that was not the case yesterday. That forest ran for miles and due to the hills and the trees I was not able to see the sun. When I did manage to get back to the parking lot, I stood there in awe for there were only 3 other cars in it besides mine. The chances of me bumping into someone were slim to none. Yep, Angels indeed God put in my path to guide me back safely. I will never forget those two young girls. Never. I’m still shaken up about this. This park also being an Erie County Park shocked me at the apparent neglect. From now on, more research will be done prior to me going to a park I do not know.
      And yes these pics are gorgeous. I look so forward bringing my new camera to that park. I still have yet to discover all the trails there. I stumbled upon a pond the other day and stood in my tracks. It was just that beautiful and breathtaking!! I’m just so in LOVE with Mother Nature! 🙂 ❤

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  6. Oh, what beautiful pictures but at such a price to pay. Those girls were angels and can only imagine how scared you were. So glad that you are ok. I know about listening to the ‘Voice’ also. Hugs ❤

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    1. These pics are from a GOOD park, Kathy. My nightmare was yesterday in a park that I will not be returning to. The pics shown here are from Reinstein Woods, a place I will be returning to again and again. I still have yet to see it all. And the beauty is stunning! Yep, that voice does speak. And every time I don’t listen I end up in trouble. 🙂 ❤

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      1. Oh Good. I clicked on the both links and viewed more about the park. Thanks for clarifying that. It sure looks beautiful! Me too when I don’t listen to the voice 🙂 Today the big day as far as your new camera! YEAH!!! Have fun ❤

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      2. I GOT IT!!! And the few sample shots I took I can see the difference all ready!!! OH BOY!!! Believe it or not I have put it down because I am just so wiped from the waiting and trying to understand new. Tomorrow I play!!! 🙂 ❤

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      1. I may hold a lot of wisdom, dear friend, yet I too walk the human walk. I allowed all who read this today to see that yes I too get afraid. We all do. The trick is not to stay in fear but to rise above it. I am doing that very thing today. 🙂 (((HUGS))) your way, Susan!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. As I told my husband, I’ve never been so scared in a forest as I was yesterday. I don’t get lost, Erika, yet those multiple pink trails that led in every which way direction, had be so confused. I couldn’t see the sun due to hills and trees. The ONLY saving grace in all this I could still hear traffic and that is the direction I came from. Even then, there were times I couldn’t here traffic which added to the confusion. I really believe those girls were Angels. Getting to the parking lot finally I stood there stunned. There were only 3 cars besides mine in that lot and that forest goes on for miles and miles. What are the chances I would run across someone? I have never been so relieved to be back home. I’m an adventurer and I have confidence how to handle myself in forests. After yesterday I am having hubby teach me how to use his compass and I am bringing that with me every time I hike from now on. I will never be lost like that again. Frightening is not even describing that experience!! I wrote this when those “feelings” were still very strong. I’m still experiencing the after effects today. ❤ ❤ ❤

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      1. Believe me, I totally get you! I feel this the panic and horror! Perhaps it only taught you a lesson in order to stay away the next time when it could get really dangerous! Feel hugged 💖

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      2. Several Lessons were learned, Erika. Beleive me! And even though I feel “fear”, I have to get right back up on the “horse” to ride again. After learning how to use a compass and doing a more thorough research online before I go to a new park, I will hike again in new forests. In the meantime I return to those places I know already. There are such treasures, for example in this park I took these images in. I look forward to that and to finally hold my new camera in my hands tomorrow. Fed-Ex called today and yes, my camera will be here tomorrow. OH for the JOY!!!! LOL ❤

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      3. What? Oh God! I just tried it over my phone and see what you mean! But you can still scroll competely down. On the footer you see my recent posts listed and you can go into the archive. Thank you for letting me know, Amy! It looks completely normal on my side. Thank you so much!!!

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      4. Sorry if I gave you a start, Erika. I was just so surprised to see your menu empty. I didn’t know I could just scroll down. This new theme to me is a bit confusing. I really liked your other one better because I always went to your side bar to see your latest posts and went from there. Don’t worry, things will work out. 🙂 (((HUGS))) ❤

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      5. It appears to be only a problem for mobile phones. It is about to get fixed. But although the lines are white the menu is there. If you tip on the second line you have the blogroll. It shows up as soon as you touch it. I changed to white in order to make the menu on the header better visible. On all other devices it is witin the header image.
        I wanted a theme less overloaded. It also appeared too cartoony to me. Everything that was on the side bar is now on the footer. Therefore the whole post and the images ar bigger. I am sorry that you are not happy with it. I hope. You get used to it, dear💖
        I am glad you told me, Amy. I would not habe kmown about it without it 😘💖

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      6. No, I LOVE the new theme, Erika. I was just used to the old one and just automatically went to the side bar. This theme is more elegant and simple and that is what draws the eye. Now that I know where your menu is, no problem. I had viewed the menu at the top from my iPad and sometimes my iPad messes up. I meant to check from my laptop but got busy. Now I see there is no menu on top but all is at the bottom. I really like it!!! Seriously!! 🙂 ❤

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      7. Awh, you are sweet! I am glad you are not too disappointed. But I understand that it was more convenient to have it all on the sidebar… it was a compromise to make. Btw. it should work now, I got a code for the CSS and it works now at least for cell phones. On top in the corner is the menu button and now you can even read it when it opens up 😀 Lots of love to you, Amy 💖

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  7. what an adventure…. of the not so fun kind either. so glad those little girls were there to guide you out Amy! I too can relate to the ‘signs are there’ but not heeding them, as they’re so ‘subtle. geesh. you’re right! why don’t we learn…. Well, we Do Try. Don’t We!!
    the forest greenery was lovely, Summer as it nears its coming end. Amy, hope your next hike is a nice fun easy walk in the park! cheers, Debi

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    1. Hi, Debi! SO good to connect with you! I stumble I fall and then I get right back up. There really were some really good things that came out of all this. Really. And yes Summer is nearing its end. I cannot believe how fast time flew. The last two Summers I have been so involved in taking care of ill cats, so hopefully next Summer will afford me more time to enjoy it. Hope all is well with you!! ❤

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    1. Yes all is OK. Now I need to get right back up on the horse and go hiking in another forest I do not know. Perhaps next week. 🙂 So glad you enjoyed these pictures. My NEW camera came today and just from the test shots I took I can see the difference. We ALL are in for a huge treat!! Much Love, ❤

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  8. I would be in similar situation if I ever got lost in a woods. I can imagine I can easily get confused if there is no clear paths. I have not gotten lost but I had fear when I was deep in the park and the sun started to drop low. I remembered hurrying back and keep eyes on people so that I could follow them. Glad that you found the young girls that helped you out safely.

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  9. We all override our guidance system at one time or another. When we do, we’re just asking for another ‘lesson.’ Most times, we thankfully come through okay. I’ve learned to accept this (not beat myself up!) and search for the gift/silver lining in these lessons, for there always is one if we look long enough. The Master is all about Love. ❤ 🙂

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    1. Eliza, yes it is so true there is always a sliver lining in experiences as the one I had. I actually met a young couple before my hike began and the conversation was so comfortable and so honest it was as though we had known each other forever. They gave me hope for this world, for both of them had their heads on straight and they were both coming from LOVE. They amazed me because they truly wanted to talk with me and were open to advice from me about “young Love” that just bubbled up and came out. These are 2 more young people I will never forget for they showed me there are sprouting up in the younger generations, a kindness, an intellect, a gentleness and an eagerness to explore Mother, to actually be with Her. These are all signs to me that what I have been praying for is actually happening, that people are beginning to head back for their roots, a re-connection with Mother and to know how to live life from the perspective of Love. I also have been given some signs that I will be interacting with the younger generation and in fact it has begun. They are open to my Truth, Eliza, they are open to my honesty and to my “energy” whereas the older generations are “afraid” of me, or mostly are. SO much good came out of this experience. And it excites me to find out where my feet and my Heart will lead me. 🙂 ❤

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      1. Eliza, I left a comment on your post about your gorgeous garden. I don’t think you saw it. I was in awe of how everything just blends together. I hope I’m not in your spam. ❤

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      2. Thank you for the heads up, Amy. You weren’t in spam, but a few other blog buddies were. I can’t understand how that happens. Ah, well. Thank you for your continued support and love. ❤ 🙂

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  10. I suppose that you needed to learn something that day and maybe also release some emotions, dear Amy. I’m happy to see you back in one piece. Just the name of this forest could keep me away, even I also love to walk in forests. Please listen to your intuition ❤

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    1. Irene, you know, the name did harbor some ill feelings, it really did. But yet if I had not gone I would not have met those two beautiful girls and a beautiful young couple who conversed with me for a long time. I’m being shown something and I am more then happy to follow. 🙂 ❤

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    1. Thank you, Julie! Many many “lessons” came from this experience, some that are just now being realized. So yes even if this was a terrifying experience, I’m truly happy it happened. Do I wish to repeat this experience? Um no! 🙂 ❤

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  11. Hi Brave one.
    Now you get to learn all those things you have been putting aside for a rainy day.
    Reading google maps and a compass, and how the moss grows more on the north side of a tree.
    Must have been a cloudy day cause the sun could tell you direction too.
    You are going to be so expert that you can give tours in the deep forest soon.!!!
    Have a great time with your new camera!!!!\
    ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. The thing with this forest, Michael, I could not see the sun because of the hills and where the trees were. As for moss, there wasn’t any. Even if there had been I did not know which direction I came from. I was so involved in a conversation with a young couple before I began the hike, I neglected to check where the sun was, something I always do. That day was just one after the other stumbles and bumbles. I also have MAPS in my cellphone so I could have gotten my location and turned the GPS on. But I thought of that after the fact, of course. I trust myself in a forest and have gotten confidence that I know how to handle myself in one. Not this time and not this forest. I will not be returning there unless I have my husband with me. There was just something so darn eerie about it. And what that eerie was as it came to me later, there was hardly any green. The forest floor was dirt. Hardly any sun shines through this forest again I think because of where the hills are. It is a very confusing forest and it didn’t help matters that there were multiple trails marked with pink. Not cool.
      My camera did come yesterday and some of the test shots I took have me wowing. We are all in for a treat. Perhaps today I go to a forest I know to take pics. First I have to get rid of this headache. Hubs has had some sort of flu and I do believe he has passed it on to me. I will just keep saying no to this thing, take some healing herbs and move, and perhaps these symptoms will fade. I hope so. If not, I’ll just have to deal with them. Much Love, dear friend. ❤

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  12. I am so glad that you are safe and home. The lesson came hard but it was a good one. I can’t help being curious about what brought that energy there. Many questions but I guess I need to just leave it alone and celebrate with you, the lesson!

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    1. Another who commented pointed out I released many emotions that evidently needed releasing, and I agreed with him. When I was caring for Karma as he was dying I had to control my “panic”, my “fear”, my “feeling hopeless” for his sake and all my other fur kids. Those emotions bubbled to the surface in a fury in that forest, and now in looking back, I’m so glad they did. I tend to be the Peace maker, Carol, and I have learned to control my emotions but doing so, I do not express them. I release them many times through the use of my camera and my hikes in a healthy manner. And besides, that forest really had an eerie feel to it. Perhaps one day I will return with hubby in tow, but never never by myself. I could not see the sun, due to hills and trees and that is something that always guides me. Much good has come out of this experience, yet I do not wish to repeat it. Hope you are having a good weekend. 🙂 ❤

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      1. Thanks, Carol!!! My Intention is to see good in ALL of what Life brings. So not easy sometimes, but I do have that intention. 🙂 Hope your weekend is a good one and you are feeling well!!! Much Love, ❤

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  13. Oh I’ve had that feeling before of getting lost. It’s a terrifying feeling! So glad you stumbled across the angels! Have fun with your new toy too! Seems like you’re off to a great start!

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    1. So, you know what it is like to get all turned around in a forest. Never again, Laura. Hubby is teaching me how to use a compass. And I have MAPS on my phone to use as a GPS. When panic descended, my brain stopped working so thinking about MAPS wasn’t even happening. Yes I have my new camera and I plan on going out this eveing to Reinstein Park to see what I can capture. The test shots I took yesterday both in my home and in my backyard were stunning!! ❤

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    1. I am very safe, Chris, and well over the scare. My Life it seems moves so quickly so fast in fact, that at times what has happened say last week, seems a dream. Lesson learned. I will not be returning to that park again and I will have hubby teach me how to read a compass. You take care as well!! 🙂 ❤

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