Archive for the ‘Inspiration’ Category

Awesomeness

October 1, 2009

I’m loving the blog 1000AwesomeThings.
It reminds you of the little things in life. 

#788 The first squeeze from a new tube of toothpaste

Plump and juicy, fat and full, a new tube of toothpaste holds a future full of hope and promise just behind its clean cap and dent-free logo. Yes, whiter teeth, brighter smiles, and a world without bad breath are just a few minutes of gentle scrubbing each day away. And unlike a bag of chips or a box of Froot Loops, when you drop ninety-nine cents for a tube of the good stuff, it comes to you filled all the way to the top. And sure, while scraping out one final squeeze from a flat, worn out tube of Colgate is a great rush, that first squeeze from a new tube of paste is even better. You barely need to squeeze it.

AWESOME!

#812 When your drowning and a dolphin comes to your rescue
#980
Dangerous Play Ground Equipment
#971 Real Beard Santas
#959 Planning For Snoozes
#739 The Sound of Barely frozen puddles cracking when you step on them

Bits of EArth

September 27, 2009

Sabrina Ward Harrison makes images that collaborate with this living world – working with it, seeing into it, being inspired by it and creating for it. The landscape of our living is what she presents –- a landscape that unfolds through color, culture, depth of field and slanted light.
 
 
The essence of Harrison’s work is a search for the living human spirit –- a quest she undertakes with her hands, her eyes, and her intuitive sensibility. Her work allows a place to unfold, a place to build, a place to reveal and essentially cries the poetry of life. Harrison creates a sense of openness and breath, light and history. Her images are imbued with a power that is both accessible and universal at their core. As you observe her work, time moves with you and you find yourself in a place where moment and memory meet. The work of Sabrina Ward Harrison invites liberation and inspires a thriving life.
 

Follow your Love

July 9, 2009

Do what you love no matter what, being passionate about whatever it is that comes naturally to you. It’s my favorite thing in the world meeting other passionate people doing what they love, especially when it screams out at you through their actions, works, or creations.