"A river cuts through rock, not because of its power but because of its persistence"---Jim Watkins.
I'm always amazed as how water running through the river bed has the power to carve and shape the much harder rocks it encounters as it travels downstream. That power creates some spectacular shapes and curves that appeal to our senses. Take a look at this shot and you'll find out exactly what I'm talking about. This rocks are different and pretty, enjoy!!!
This little American Kestrel fell from his nest and it was rescued by a friend of mine who cared for him until it was time to be released. Before that, my buddy was kind enough to let me take a few shots of this lovely specimen. This particular photograph was taken seconds away from the actual release of the bird. We stepped outside to let him go and at that time the bird looked up into the sky like he was ready to be freed and take off on his own. Enjoy!!!
Have you ever helped or rescued an animal? If so, let me hear your story in the comments section!
Spending quality time with the family is really important for everyone. But, sometimes it's really difficult to accomplish due to work related responsibilities. This past weekend we decided to go to the river to spend the day connecting with nature and to disconnect from everything else. It was awesome! The water was cristal clear and really refreshing, we even had time to pose for an environmental portrait. Enjoy!!!
Life is all about finding balance. That little thing that sometimes evades our lives altogether. Trying to balance family, work, hobbies and life itself is pretty, pretty difficult. For me, all it takes is just getting out there and let nature bring that sense of peacefulness. Enjoy!!!
Today, no matter how demanding the day becomes…when you have paused in the early hours of dawn just to listen to the birds sing, you will find their song is your Source. Take a minute, stand still, close your eyes and just listen---you just may hear something new. Enjoy!!!