My “intentions” for the first of the New Year, fell short. Did I pout? Did I complain? No. I had wanted to go out with my cameras. However, the weather did not cooperate leaving yesterday with a very heavy cloud cover. The light was good grief awful to even think to photograph in. Grey. All I could think of was grey. Yuck!
Now there is nothing wrong with grey but too much grey …. yuck I say again!
So I went to the gym, surprised that they were open and when I came home I read my book for a while. Getting antsy I decided to play in the editing room. Before transferring the remaining 2019 pictures over to my external hard-drive, I went through my images, surprised I really did not have much to choose from. Friends, you’ve been getting a lot of pictures out of me, or so it seems.
Or am I imagining things?
I did however, manage to find some pictures. And with them thoughts about this New Year quietly trickled through, each image speaking to me about where I find myself in life right now. Come join me as I show you the pictures I found, the art I made, and the words that were whispered to my Soul.
So much behind me yet still more ahead to come. I really don’t know where my feet will lead me yet I trust lead me they shall.
My world is so vast and as I contemplate how best to fill the blank canvas of this New Year, excitement bubbles up as to my infinite possibilities.
I was so blessed last year and as I look upon this brand New Year, I know I just know, many more blessings shall indeed come my way again.
I’ve had such extremes in my life last year and even though they themselves are beautiful, I pray the extremes are kinder this New Year.
There have been times I have been tempted to step off my path last year, yet instead of jumping into the waters of obliviation, I maintained my gait having Faith and Gratitude this New Year I know where my Heart leads.
*I told all of you I had plans on writing letters to my siblings telling them how I love them in “The Most Precious Gift of All”. It is very unlike me not to follow through with what I say I will do. However, upon further contemplation while my emotions settled down after the intense shock I experienced, I elected not to write those letters. It is better for me and my family to not stir up the pot and for me to keep my distance. Since honesty is my policy, I am “fessing” here as to my decision.*
Photography/ “Creative Contemplation” /Jan. 2020©AmyRose Photography
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