Contemplating…

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I remember it was so windy and I was standing in the middle of the sand storm. It amazed me that in this chaos, the rocks were standing and providing me such a comfort. It reminds me of how we are going through trials in life, each moment makes us stronger while we endure the trails by faith. (James 1:12)

“Blessed is the man who endures trial, because when he has become approved by testing, he will receive the crown of life, which He promised to those who love Him.”

BW always win my heart. For this particular image, I stumbled on making my pick. Perhaps I find both states of experiences showing in these two edits. There’s so much to share, so much to tell…

 

 

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a new beginning

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“Therefore we do not lose heart; but though our outer man is decaying, yet our inner man is being renewed day by day.  For our momentary lightness of affliction works out for us, more and more surpassingly, an eternal weight of glory,  Because we do not regard the things which are seen but the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal. ”

– 2 Cor 4:16-18

To You:

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Can you tell how much I want to be close to the mountain and water?

That, I cannot use words to describe it for you… you will just have to wait for me to show you…

I adore…

listening to the water ponders where it will land while the mountain tells it to stay. The wind gently whispers to my ear about where it was before.

I am painting the picture with my ears and exposing the photograph with my eyes.

Will you come with me?

 

 

 

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It has been a while that I made any new images since the trip last time. The new position along with the class, and many others are taking a lot out of me. It’s about time for another journey up somewhere new.

These are a few images I have finally gotten to edit. With Reyes having a deep conversation with the wind on top of the Chapel of Holy Cross, I feel there’s a need to turn the colors off. Everyone knows how much I adore BW. The reason is just simple, it simplifies and takes you in to the emotion of the image.

In my own life, I begin to work on keeping it simple and making it balance as well: working my butt off and photographing until it hurts. Making photograph and exploring new places have becoming the key of keeping myself sane in life. I know my PaPa Dan is smiling and proud of me by stating this. He is always the one reminds me to find my own passion and go for it.

“Dream about your house, kiddo,” Pa said.

The more we think about something, the dream actually comes true. Setting your intention, let it happen, and not resist.

I see my dream, Pa. Though it is not quite making any sense, somehow, it is much more clear to me now than ever before. I know spending time with God’s creation has a lot to do with it.

He has put eternity in their heart.– Ecclesiastes 3:11

That they might seek God, if perhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, even though He is not far from each one of us. – Acts 17:27

Thank you Pa, and I love you and miss you…