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Created May 30, 2014 in Carter Lake, 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 PRESENCE - #63

"The point of power is always in the present moment." - Louise L. Hay

This specific lake has been a part of my life for many years. I have seen the water nearly gushing over the top of the lake during some years, and a few times I have seen the lake nearly completely empty.

I haven’t been at this lake though for quite some time. Somehow it popped into my head to have my next edition there, so I decided to give it a shot. What I saw when I arrived there was amazing.

There were birch trees in the water’s edge, which gave the appearance that they were floating in the water. The trees were so green, creating a beautiful green reflection along the lake. The water level most likely would have been lower when the seedling first sprouted, but now that the water has risen, the tree just has to make do with what it has!

All along the shoreline are these beautiful rocks, which have a very unique color blend of beige, red, and purple. I had no idea what type of sculpture I would create, so I just began looking for the coolest rocks I could find. I then threw the rocks together, trying to not think too hard about the past sculptures or my future plans.

What resulted is unique balance that I have never done before. The way the shoreline gently touched the bottom rock over and over was a great reminder of the present moment of the lake’s condition and how all areas of our lives have dramatic ebb and flow that is determined by the present moment.