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TIMING (61)

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Created May 1, 2014 in Boulder, CO, USA.

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Designed for your meditation space, each photo is infused into a metal frame for maximum durability (300+ years). Made in USA. Final product has smaller watermark.
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About TIMING - #61

"Always say 'yes' to the present moment... Surrender to what is. Say 'yes' to life - and see how life starts suddenly to start working for you rather than against you." - Eckhart Tolle

Spring has given the river a whole new perspective. What was once a shade of brown and gray is now popping with all sorts of color! The color that occurred from out of nowhere is quite inspiring to take in.

Staying present in such a state of growth can be difficult. The mind can start to wander with thoughts of abundance, which can quickly lead to thoughts of tomorrow. 

When I arrived at the spot, I only had about an hour of work available before the sun hid behind the west canyon wall. As I began to balance the sculpture, intermittent clouds played hide and seek with the sun. I was focused on my vision, and hoped for the best. 

Right before the sun set behind the canyon, it peeked out of the clouds and cast an extra warm beam of sun into the canyon. The rays felt great on my skin, and gave the tree next to me a magnificent green glow. As I continued on, all of a sudden the wind stopped as the very top rock quickly locked into place.

There was a beautiful moment of peace, and the timing was perfect.

As I stepped back to take the shot I noticed the great vibrational pull of the sculpture. It was about as tall as I am, and i'm 6 feet tall. I snapped the shot and enjoyed the moment before the sun disappeared. The wind picked up soon thereafter, and I went on down the trail.