Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit

I recall, as a little girl, my Mom calling us all into the living room to look at the sunset and enjoy the beauty together.  I still find myself doing the same …. calling anyone around me to enjoy its’ beauty and say farewell to this day.  Why, I’ve been in conversation with a complete stranger and realized that Mother Nature was creating a painting for us and the show would only last a few moments.  Stop. Take in the beauty. Be present!
And of course, I’m almost never without a camera.  Here’s a few photos I’d like to share with you . . .

One of my favorite photos.  No PhotoShop here. A 360 view, in Alaska, of course!


California sunset with tree silhouettes.


Back in Alaska, watching the tide come in and enjoying the view.


Sky on fire!  Amazing!  I watched this sunset until the last bit of color vanished into the darkness.
What a show!


I am always amazed at the different shade and hues. No two alike.


Sunset during forest fires.  Ominous and eerie.

My habit …. to enjoy the sunset in the present moments it is available to us and be grateful for the beautiful colors, shapes and textures, then, to capture it on film for future moments to remember its’ amazing beauty.

“It is a very inconvenient habit of kittens (Alice had once made the remark)
that whatever you say to them, they always purr.”

~ Lewis Carroll ~
Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There 


Just in time to fit in with my post and the theme Habit ….
along comes this great article from fellow blogger
Eric Tonningsen’s “Awakening to Awareness”

A Valuable Ally: Intuition


9 Replies to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit”

  1. Wow! Gorgeous images and lovely thoughts 🙂
    Are you signed up for Deepak’s new mediation challenge, by the way? I am going to do the first meditation tonight 🙂
    All the best! x

          1. Me too! I was so hit and miss the last time around, but loved the first two challenges, so I am sure if I make time and plan well, I will enjoy this one just as much 🙂

    1. Alaska is incredible. We lived in Southeast where it rains more than it snows and the climate is more temperate. Sometimes it would be raining all day but when the sun set, it would clear up and the day would bless us with sunshine and beautiful colors and hues. I highly recommend everyone experience Alaska in their life time.

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