This will be the first of my redirected posts coming from my blog Get Your Lens On … Letting the Light in … One Frame at a Time
Content will be less about the local area and more about my relationship with health and mindfulness and how our local environment interacts with these concepts. This feed may be interspersed with direct posts done locally and inspired by sudden bursts of passion about the Sunshine Coast ❤
So I am just going to jump in head first and start writing about what is happening now … kind of like speed dating only … well speed blogging?
So much has happened this summer … the good the bad … and the ugly …. that the whirlwind of events knocked us clean off our feet in my household … so a few moments with my daughter and friends in the calm of Mary Cairncross rainforest in Maleny was just what the doctor ordered. Ahh breathe …… sometimes it’s hard to remember that important function.
NO …not the flying nun!! SInce chemotherapy was going to knock my hair out within a week this beautiful hat was a welcome gift from my daughter.
As I was having fun slicing and placing such colourful food, I decided it would be nice to set the dish among my herbs in the garden to add to the sense of taste theme …. imagine my surprise when a beautiful little Lady Bug decided to taste as well !!!
My world through my camera …. Letting the Light in … one Frame at a Time … while I practise mindfulness and being in the moment as often as I can, I am never the less inclined to record so much of what I see on a day to day basis. I find solace behind the lens, it brings me joy to create beautiful images and fulfilment to record something that just needs to be told. I feel as if my camera at times is just an extension of myself and it will find an image in what may be the tiniest little part of the day or the world around me . Living with depression for much of my life I have been able to use it as a tool to refocus ( pardon the pun)