The joy of this moment is being without a means to record it!
I love using a camera as a way to frame my vision. With it, I can see what is always there but easy for me to miss. Yet without the camera, I adopt a different approach. I sense an invitation to be less intentional, to focus less instead of more. It is an opportunity to allow whatever takes form in front of me to be there, whole and perfect, just as it is. It’s framed without a frame.
So the desire I feel to make some image, something I can share with others, that will likely find another form of expression. It begins to feel as though it really doesn’t matter, that the transaction is complete with my seeing and my acknowledging. And it occurs to me that the sharing I seek will happen, one way or another, as I relax into a new stance – open, inviting, curious, flexible, accepting.
Sounds like fun…