"When your heart has been on a journey ~ with crashing waves, fiery heat, drenching rain and shaking of the earth ~ and you survive ... do you find the days following to move in slow motion - to carry with them a meaning not felt before? Do you find each moment to last an hour, a day, a year in which you feel everything more deeply, more clearly, with sharper clarity, and less urgency? I do." - via Wild and Wise Women
I’ve noticed a lot of images of women and water, many under water, on Pinterest lately and have been diligently pinning them to my Photography board. Over the weekend, I delved in and pulled some out for you. Iris Anam Cara – … Continue reading →
"She has to go!" The general shouted, "We have given her mercy and yet she still comes back! Throw her in!" Carisa's father sat back with a knowing smile. The black haired girl was cast into the water, a weight tied around her feet. The captain looked away as the girl sank beneath the waves, just missing her defiant grin.