I was not off road. But my GPS was programmed to say that I was. In the same instance it knew my destination was ahead. I find this an interesting confabulation (to full in gaps in memory by fabrication) of information. But the point I want to make is outside of my GPS. What facts do we have about any situation? We have what we see, I clearly saw a road in front of me; we have what we are told, you are off road. Things to think about in this media saturated time. Happy Thursday Y'all!
When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator. -Mahatma Gandhi
Watching the pelicans soar along the treeline over the beach is so fun! There are larger flocks that cause everyone out there to pause & watch them ride the currents. My father is convinced that they are just out there having fun! Another things that was unusual to observe was a confluence of waters. Johnson Creek meets the Atlantic ocean. Somedays it is mellow & other times the waters churn dependent on tide & rainfall. It is wonderful to observe. Happy Tuesday Y'all!
There are still places where you can escape the digital ethers, yes those places really still exist & I am headed to one of them for the next week. Rest assured there will be lots of photos to show next week. Peace Y'all!
Yesterday I was explaining my process to an acquaintance and said, "It is all a conversation between the paint & brush & salt & paper." I am there to try and facilitate it. They looked at me askance and laughed. However, I stand by that idea: a conversation is occurring between my materials; I am there to facilitate by providing supplies & helping the participants move around. Like the rest of us the paintings have been enjoying the sunshine this summer. Hence another aerial view al fresco. Happy Wednesday Y'all!
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