Bubbles, they quite fascinating aren't they? It's amazing that something so simple can entertain kids for hours, make them laugh hysterically and at the same time hold so much beauty, the colours that shine from it.
It's like a sphere filled with all your dreams that floats around so care free and gracefully. But all it takes to bust it open, is one touch. Does that mean that our dreams that once filled it is now lost forever, disappeared or does it mean that those dreams are now released, set free upon the world?
So delicate, so beautiful and free each one filled with a dream. Waiting to be released.
Sometime nature gives us the answers we seek, and sometimes in order to see those answers we need to look a little harder or at least focus our point of view. For me the camera lens helps put things in perspective it cuts out the clutter and unimportant parts of life focusing on whats in your frame allows you to see what others would miss.
Can you see the eye in the sky?
This is a clip from the movie "Into The Wild" (Bases on a true story). Christopher McCandless (The main character) talks about his experience of the sea. I really related to it and the way he describes that the only gift you get from the sea are "harsh blows, and occasionally the chance to feel strong".
I think much like life we are constantly faced with obstacles but it's when we over come those obstacles that we actually feel strong and it is more important that we FEEL strong than to be strong.
There is so much power in feeling strong it gives you the courage to take on the next obstacle and the confidence to do anything.