Photography

The anatomy of some things are big and planetary, others are small and subatomic. Yet each collaborate with Source.

The anatomy of some things are big and planetary, others are small and subatomic. Yet each collaborate with Source.

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This is the thing I like about Photography—it gives me insights about things I may not have noticed. I love the power of the camera to focus in on details, to magnify what otherwise I could not see, to capture a moment and hold it still. Without that lens, I would have never realized that on the inside of that tiny Lily of the Valley flower is a beautiful miniature orchid! I would have missed what I call the planetary landscape on the inside of the Wave Petunia.  And the fuzz on the vine of a baby cucumber.

Did you ever know there were so many varieties of Bees? I never did until I started taking photos of them.  I’ve photographed green fluorescent bees, completely black bees, bees dressed in a stunningly beautiful cape of fur, and bees that look porcelain. Unbelievable. I love the longest eyelashes ever on the Giraffe, the multifaceted eyes of the fly, the Disney-like smile of the dragonfly.

If you are stopping to take a photo, then you are stopping to take a look. That art appreciation moment stops time just as the photo stopped nature so you can have an up-close view. That look then reveals Divine Order, Unity, and Magnificence. If you are ever in need of a miracle, behold the photo.

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