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The Tree and the Cloud | Travel Photography

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 Posted in Travel 
I recently went a trip to Colorado with some of my friends. As we were driving down a dirt path to our cabin, I noticed this perfect little tree that was dwarfed by this friendly cloud. We slung the car to the side, and jumped out for a quick shot. What I love most about this pic is the reminder of perspective. In my world, a tree is huge...it reminds me of how small I am. But, compared to the sky, the tree is nothing but a drop of green. It was in this moment that I felt childlike again- small and full of wonder.
~Ginny

The Tree and the Cloud
"The Tree and the Cloud"

photographed with Fuji XE1 w/ 18-55mm f/2.8-4 OIS lens

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Summer Storm | Travel Photography

Monday, August 25, 2014 Posted in Travel 
Stormy Beach Travel Photography
"Summer Storm"

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Just Be | Italy Travel Photography

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Posted in Travel 
Just Be Still | Rome Travel Photography
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It was in my lack of Be-ing that I recklessly consumed the beauty of Rome without actually tasting the beauty. This image is a beautiful reminder for me to slow down and just Be.
~Ginny


This past March, I had the ultimate privilege of traveling to Italy for the first time with my dad, stepmom, and husband. It was a 3 week whirlwind trip around the entire country. We started in Venice, then went through Bologna to Cinque Terre. We spent a few luxurious days exploring Tuscany (Florence, Cortona, and Montepulciano), and ventured down the Amalfi Coast. We ended our trip in Rome, and by that time, I was experiencing travel overdose. I was filled to the brim with beautiful sights and historic facts, and it was challenging to receive any more information at that point.

Even though I was overwhelmed I fought to receive and experience more of Rome because I knew I would regret not living life to the fullest when I returned to my normal rhythms. One of our last days in Rome, we were walking through Piazza Navona...I remember the scene like it was just yesterday, my attention was pulled to all the architecture, entertainers, fountains, smells, noises, and herds of tourists. At the peak of my personal chaos, I happened upon an elderly man who was sitting on a step taking in the sights with not a care in the world. It was in that moment that time stood still, and I felt at peace to just Be. To stop trying to retain everything, to stop trying to make a moment out of something that was not, and to allow myself to slow down and savor. It was in my lack of Be-ing that I recklessly consumed the beauty of Rome without actually tasting the beauty. This image is a beautiful reminder for me to slow down, to savor, and just Be.

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