Art : Jamie Heiden

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The Brilliance of Ordinary

Explore jamie heiden's photos on Flickr. jamie heiden has uploaded 1007 photos to Flickr.

And All of a Sudden, It Just Was

Explore jamie heiden's photos on Flickr. jamie heiden has uploaded 1007 photos to Flickr.

Nightline

... News flows a bit differently here. Gossip over coffee runs into the noon hour and then the dogs need walking. A quick stop at the market and then home to get some work done. But isn't that Ann Sophie and her mother? I haven't seen her since she got back from her travels. "Ann Sophie... Hi, it's me! How are you?"

Cool Like That

… I was a good country half mile away from these babies - or like 50 cows nose to tail lined up - that's how nice this new camera is. woot! Happy Thanksgiving or Happy November 28th - whichever applies. Carry on. Facebook

Sweet Possibility

... It is tempting to stand at the corner of Real and Possible and decide to turn around and just go home. Taking with you the excitement of potential, never really knowing disappointment but not ever tasting the greatness either. Your life is a map though, complete with corners like these. So take a chance and head onto Possibility every once in a while.

Such Were the Appearances of Things...

"Watch carefully, the magic that occurs, when you give a person just enough comfort to be themselves. "- Atticus Finch

Sentient

Trees within forests are connected to each other through underground fungal networks where they share water and nutrients and even communicate. What do you think they're saying about us right now?

No Room At the Inn...

This was made with a little help from my husband. You and me, we're in this together. And when there's no room at the inn, we'll just keep driving.

Just a Thought...

So many thoughts flying around out there. Some have big beautiful wings and are able travel far. Then there are those that seem to suck the air out of the sky to use only for themselves. Others spread their delicate, paper thin feathers and float until they land with a whisper.