Finding an anchor in an odd place: the trashcan.

Finding an anchor in an odd place: the trashcan.

For a myriad of reasons, I’ve struggled a lot this past week. When I have these times, which are completely human, I try to find an anchor to bring me back to something simple, something that reminds me of the little moments. 

When I need some inspiration to pull me back to what matters, I flip open my images to look at art I’ve created and scroll them like a lot of people do with social media. I stopped at this image. Over and over, I kept coming back to “Blue Morphos and the Sun” I created as New Media Art. I love the way it feels sunny and warm and as though many happy thoughts are flittering around inside my head. 

How failure can lead to success

How failure can lead to success

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. Thomas A. Edison How can failure lead to success? When it comes to failures, I moved from amateur to professional in a heartbeat once I bought my first camera. Beating myself up...
An Effective Way to Release Worry

An Effective Way to Release Worry

From deep-seated fear to unbelievable magic. The changing moods of the Grand Canyon. And my mood swing. Inspired by a 10-day river rafting tour of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon with Tour West and Adam Schallau.   Our afternoon hike uphill on...

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