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Three Rivers Deep

Three Rivers Deep (book series) "A two-souled girl begins a journey of self discovery..." http://threeriversdeep.wordpress.com/

s e a l i f e adventure forest floor Misty Forest The 30 Most Beautiful Nature Photography - organic adventure in the wild through a forest of evergreen trees in the fall autumn through fog like a hippie boho bohemian black and white silhouette photo through fog in spring with crocuses through the moss and dew girl maybe hike hiking with friends to explore on a road trip beach ocean sea waves surf sea life island Hawaii paradise

weather the darkness of the storm as summer always comes again

“in imagination she sailed over storied seas that wash the distant shining shores with the evening star for pilot, to the land of heart's desire. and she was richer in those dreams than in realities; for things seen pass away, but the things that are unseen are eternal.” ― l.m. montgomery, anne of the island

Healing element - water. Ocean waves and foam; water qualities can be strong or soft, vast or limited, huge in scope or restrained in their effect. Connecting with the ocean - in person or through photos or other media - brings you closer to the cleansing and restorative power of the water element.

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The sea

EN ALGUNAS OCACIONES NUESTROS SENTIMIENTOS IGUAL Q EL MAR, PARECEN SALIRSE DE AQUELLO Q LOS CONTIENE....PERO SIEMPRE LOS UNOS Y LO OTRO VUELVEN A SU LUGAR NORMAL...

Everything gets eerily quiet and calm. The ocean is like a sheet of glass without an imperfection in sight. The sky is dark as clouds slowly begin to dot the sky. The ship stands still in the mighty depths of the sea. This is the calm before the storm.

Choosing to create this moment anew rather than weigh it down by things that are completely irrelevant to everything but your mind can be a really freeing process.

I have a NEED for this!.....and I pick the middle of Blue Mtn Lake. :)

This piece of art shows movement because you can see that the wave is moving. You can visualize the wave crashing down but it hasn't yet which causes eye movement. This is an example of directional movement because its a still picture of something that was moving.

Wave crashing off Reykjanes peninsula Iceland, photo by by Sverrir Thorolfsson.