The Inner Path of Photography

We yearn for the taste of the sacred…and through our cameras discover it, the world, and ourselves.

Tag: evening meditation

Master Egret

Master Egret maintains his inner peace
as the storm approaches.



Image from the new “St Petersburg Summer” Collection
© Heidi Straube 2019 (additions ongoing)

New for you (smile):

Follow the ongoing “Master Egret stories” as M. Egret guides us in life lessons of beauty, peace and awe.

“Be”

A lone egret steps carefully at sunset, the pink glow and clouds reflected in the still water.



An Evening Meditation
(Master Egret inspires)

Slowly, carefully lift the foot… Hold…

now place it…gently, deliberately…

back into the water.

Pause.   

Breathe.   

Be.

No rush today. May you hold the inner silence. 

Image: “Evening Silence”
© Heidi Straube 2019, “My Studio…Today”

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A Note from Heidi:

July 2019 finds me in St. Petersburg, Florida, discovering new mysteries of the sea and sky, finding ever more companions in creating and exploring the world.  With each move, I experience a combination of the familiar plus the feeling of a foreign country – always new beginnings as well as deepening what has come before.  I look forward to sharing with you more about the inner journey, as well as the images that inspire me. 

“My life is a study in living with impermanence –
each day brings its own subtle or dramatic changes.

The world is my studio.”

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About Heidi




“A Child, Deer, Woods: The Gift”

 

 

As a child, I tiptoed through the woods
hoping to discover the flattened grass
left from the sleep of deer the night before.

To find one of these spots was to step into a deep
experience of the Sacred.

Awed, immersed in the mystical,
I imagined the deer watching over me, and received their special gift
allowing me into their secret, peaceful home.

I still silently breathe a sigh of gratitude.

 

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