When I start to feel down, I tell myself to look up and find light coming through those clouds, and to remember the ancient adage:
“And this, too, shall pass away.”
In spring, a bright blue sky glimpsed through fresh chartreuse-green leaves, lifts my thoughts and spirits.
As spring melts into summer, birds call from trees, inviting me to figure out what particular species I’m hearing.
Summer is a time to explore and visit new places. These Silver Cedars at Crater Lake State Park, Oregon, are a favorite looking up photo!
Autumn signals another bird migration, along with heightened intensity of color in deciduous foliage.
With winter comes snow …
…and Bald Eagles perched near the beach.
Into the future
Fly like an eagle
Let my spirit carry me
I want to fly (oh, yeah)
Lens-Artist Photo Challenge: #13 Look Up
Beautiful images Lindy and I love that Steve Miller song :o) xxx
Thank you! Somehow I needed something to tie it all together, and his lyrics came to mind. Better than anything I might cook up!
Lovely post, Lindy. Stunning eagle captures.
When I was out at Long Beach, WA just last week, I didn’t see even one Bald Eagle. In late fall through early spring, I often will see up to three of them perched on poles on my morning beach walks.
Wonderful choices this week Lindy Of course I’m partial to the eagle shots 😊
Thanks, Tina. In a time of incredible divisiveness this challenge helped me find perspective.
Beautiful reminders to keep looking up. We’ve had a lot of “down” in these parts lately, so this helps me keep some perspective.
Thank you, Jill. It is hard to keep a positive POV in these times!