Thursday, February 10, 2011
Magic in images of daily life
From Paulette firstname.lastname@example.org Date 10 February 2011 03:36 subject THE MYSTIC SOUL OF NATURE: photographic exhibition
Nature is a world of wonder both in its grand cosmic design as in infinitesimal details. In this photographic exhibition I have tried to capture the magic found in images of daily life: misty mornings, foggy and rainy days, sunsets and sunrises and passing clouds, the intricacies of barks and branches, minute images of grass, aerial seeds and tiny wild flowers and dew drops... A secret energy is at work, a numinous power that generates the evolution of countless forms, each of them a miracle of creation.
We have lost touch with the inner shaman, who is one with the divinity of Nature. We have to recover the untamed child within and look at beings and forms as the Divine in manifestation, inhabiting each and all, immanent, and transcendent.
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