I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving day if you live in a country that celebrates Thanksgiving in November or celebrates it at all. I love Thanksgiving! A time I am surrounded by loved ones, eating too much. Then complaining that we over ate as we nap in front of the television. Well, we actually do more than that but those are the most obvious. Our conversations usually revolve around our children and, thankfulness for blessings. We encourage each-other to continue reaching for each of our unique God-given dreams.
My dream is to be able to share my admiration of God’s handiwork through – Sensing Majesty. I hope that many can see that God’s love is reaching out to us even when no body is around. You can visit my shop Sensing Majesty or just enjoy looking at my work as I finish it on Facebook .
I enjoy seeing the many moods of the ocean. At this particular moment the sunlight brought out a cheery bright blue. It was a gorgeous day to enjoy the beach.
Ko’olina’s lagoons are great for walking, beach picnics, playing in the water or relaxing on the beach. On this day I was laying on the beach with my Sisters and chatting about our funny children.
The most exciting thing happened! I was contacted to do a home portrait by a fantastic person who is a Realtor in Canada! She sent me a photo of a house she sold and let me know what style she had in mind. It was such a pleasure to work on this for her to give to her client.
Blur photography of some skinny trees that were growing along side a rainy trail that I was hiking.
OK, so some of us can’t resist examining these. Mushrooms are so cool! I enjoyed watching my husband photographing this white fungus from many angles. This was my favorite.
After remembering a blog about a photographer who took some very beautiful and interesting photographs of decaying subjects I thought I’d give it a try. I wish I could find the link to share with you all but alas, I have done a good job of losing it.
When I saw this flower in the woods I first wondered, “What is the name of this beauty?” Then I imagined it colored like you see it here. So I took a video to remember where I found it and what it really looked like. Then painted it on my computer when I got home. I still wonder though, “What is the name of this flower?”
I saw a pot of geraniums at a little deli tucked in a nook in the art district of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Thankful that I took a snapshot of it because; many years later during a rainy couple of weeks I was desiring something bright and cheery on which to work. Remembering the photo I immediately started working on this digital painting.