Photos: I captured the one above in the early morning at Canyonlands National Park in Utah. The landscape peering out from a natural rock bridge looks surreal. As does the Green River Overlook below. Like looking centuries back in time. There is knowledge in nature. So overwhelming, the scenes will bring you to inner silence.
“I have learned that the point of life’s walk is not where or how far I move my feet but how I am moved in my heart.”
― The Seven Paths: Changing One’s Way of Walking in the World
Photos: From Grand Teton National Park
Photo: The crescent moon, one beautiful night 🙂
This is one of those quotes that kind of sticks with you once you discover it. We battle for those things with the most meaning. We can get lost searching for them. But it’s worth the journey to find true love.
Photo: Tromping around somewhere in ancient mountains.
Photo: The Western Screech Owl. Taken during my southwest travels 🙂
I’m hoping for love 🙂
Photo: How about that. Never know what a cell phone camera can do when looking through a 20 inch telescope 🙂
In keeping with the theme of my last post about loneliness, here’s a thought about solitude 🙂
Photo: Love those open roads in the southwest where you can see for miles.
A powerful statement. Let’s Dance !
Photo: Traveling in Montana
Photo: On one of the many trails I’ve hiked. This one is near the Mexican border.