hmm, looks like winds approaching 20 mph are too much to have the extension pole on the tall stand fully extended to 25 feet (without additional support from bracing, sand bags, or stakes)… [the part after it fell over is from 15 feet high]
a view from the camera 25 feet in the air.. funny the attention it draws.. looks like I’ll have to arrive early so I can level the stand better next time! [it was a little windy hence the jerkiness in the rotation, though it does give an interesting effect.. note the camera strap near the beginning!]
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.
is it a talent or a flaw to naturally reflect back to the world [someone] what they’re being [in an exaggerated state]?
life is about letting go enough that you remember how to hang on
Once we each become very clear on our own individual purposes/directions, and only then, can we truly create something together from a much more powerful place.
a success! looks like little to no real damage was sustained last week.. saw lightning developing in that big cloud.. here’s my first use of the gopro suction cup mount on the ride back trying to catch some bolts in the shot [though only getting a little intra-cloud lightning]
first thought today as I decide to hop out of bed: I am grateful for being me!
my sister and I went to John Chestnut Park to fly kites.. the old kite we found sitting in the garage didn’t work too well, though I was able to get some nice shots over the trees with my levitation delta kite.. it’s amazing to look at the world from new perspectives. from above, the trees coming out of the earth start to look like they are all one large living organism. [the tops of the trees look like like […]
A clip of Dr. Wayne Dyer’s lecture at the San Pietro Abbey Church in Assisi during his Experiencing the Miraculous European lecture tour.
but not learning
oh what a day
to run astray
not to portray
if only one could choose
not to lose
all one must do
is let go of the glue
not to be sour
but to devour
in this hour
to let it go
so one may flow
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer.