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The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. ... Albert Einstein

I'm a creative. I don't know how to be anything else. Everything I see, hear, smell is fuel for my muse. I've had several careers, but was never content until I found my niche.

Now, I run a home-based studio, FyreWork Designs where I freelance as a photographer, writer and designer. I wear many hats, but love what I do. I enjoy working in variety of artistic venues: digital alchemy, multi-media as well as mixed media. I often use my photography as a springboard to create fanciful images.

You'll find variety here, complete with comments as the muse sees fit. You've been warned ;-)

Oh, and in case you didn't know ... I'm a cancer survivor. Every day I wake up, I've survived!

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Friday, September 4, 2009

From Here to Serenity ...




There are times when just sitting quietly, listening to the sound of the waves gently caressing the shore is as close to serenity as you can get. There's a wonderful sense of contentment just BE-ing. What a great place to re-energize the batteries and I'm so very grateful I live where I do.

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7 comments:

JOE TODD said...

Life is a journey and your photo shows a great place to stop for a rest.

Louise said...

I can think of nothing more re-energizing. Beautiful scene you have shared with us.

Tabib said...

Beautiful place.
I love to be there.

chrome3d said...

The trees framed the scene so well just by BE-ing there.

eileeninmd said...

It does look like a beautiful place.

Ashley said...

Beautiful and peaceful image! You have a great blog.

Powell River Books said...

I feel the same way about the place I live. On Thursday we took a ride out of town using a trail the starts right behind one of our elementary schools. We guessed it would be bland and ugly, but you immediately entered the forest with large trees and lush undergrowth. There are so many places to discover right here it is almost impossible to travel anywhere else. I invite you to come see my evening skies from the head of Powell Lake, BC. - Margy

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