December 2012

fisherman at sunset in Loxahatchee

As the 2012 comes to an end, I want to take a few moments to thank you for being a part of the Picture to Ponder/Treasure Your Life community of subscribers. As the sun sets for you on 2012, may you fully feel and embrace the experiences of whatever enlightenment you’ve had this year. Bring that light and more into 2013. [click to continue…]

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As you read and ponder the photos in this week’s post, I invite you to keep “play” in the forefront of your “listening.”

Two years ago, in the first sharing of these photos and experience, I wrote:
“For many, holidays present challenging times, especially when loved ones are absent or gone. From what I’ve experienced myself, and seen in others, we’ll often spend time a good amount of time dwelling on what’s missing and the sadness and loneliness of that.

What I’ve discovered is that ultimately staying in that state certainly does not make me feel any better. To make a conscious shift, I may start listing mentally, or on paper, that for which I am grateful. I will sometimes go further and directly express gratitude to another person if it fits and is feasible.”

Kaitlyn behind a glass [click to continue…]

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I’m somewhat at a loss for words today with the undercurrent of the senseless, awful tragedy in Newton, Connecticut yesterday.

(Should you live in a distant section of the world and not be aware of it – a shooter forced his way into a school, Kindergarten through 4th grade, and murdered 20 children and 6 adults.)

My subconscious thoughts, I suppose, are what has resulted in this strange mixture of photos that requested being shared here today.

Today’s Photos

Great Blue Heron's stares [click to continue…]

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If you have been following Photography and Transformation for the past several years, and even less, you are probably aware that I do very little product promotion. As you read the following, I invite you to consider how what I’m experiencing and expressing may fit for you in areas of your own life. [click to continue…]

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