Perhaps someone somewhere will create something so beautiful it will change the world.
In an effort to supply the world with something or some things so beautiful that it will bring about change, a spirit must be radical. One must effectively believe in the notion that there is no particular glory in the way that things have always been done, and in order to make change, one must map out their own blueprint in life, and use their own imagination to leave their own mark on the world.
One must be willing to question what is being glorified in the moment, and at the same time show the world that working using your own creativity is still a great way to show how beautiful the world is. We all have a free mind and we all have dealt with having to choose to be imaginative over having to choose to be judged or mocked. It is those who are courageous enough to be creative who will change the world.
Your life becomes a masterpiece, when you learn to master peace.
A composition I designed from one of the waxing crescent moon photos I took on Sunday night. If you look closely, you can see Venus on the upper left.
“Everything that is made beautiful and fair and lovely is made for the eye of one who sees.” ~Rumi
This is a double exposure of the waxing crescent moon photo I took on Sunday night (13% illuminated). If you look closely, you can see Venus on the upper left.
This is a composition I designed from one of my Harvest Moon photos. (taken last Fall)
“When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” ~Paulo Coelho
“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.” ~Vincent van Gogh
A photo I took last night of the full “Strawberry” moonrise over Lake Valentine, in Arden Hills, Minnesota.
“She hasn’t found her place under the Sun, maybe women like her were meant to walk under the Moon and spread the light among the darkness.” ~Veronika Jensen
Last week I set out to take sunset photos, and ended up getting a bonus shot of the (almost) full moon as well. It’s pretty awesome when the sun and the moon share the same sky!
A spring design I created from a cloud photo I took, set to Pachelbel’s Canon. Enjoy!