Preparation for an important community event has challenged my time management, and my organizational and leadership skills. My heart has been racing and my body has been in what seems like non-stop motion. As I prepared to run out the door for the final trip to the store, I was stopped by the sight of the flowers a friend had given me before Thanksgiving.
While their beauty is starting to fade just a bit, I find that the muted colors are deeply appealing.
Even better though, the flowers, so pretty in the morning sunlight, made me stop and grab the camera.
And I found myself relaxing.
Those of us who are addicted to our cameras and to what our eyes move us to capture, know that photography is a form of therapy.
Time, often spent alone, to shoot, and breath, and then to shoot some more.
Before I knew it, I was heading out the door with a smile on my face.
Perhaps you’ll find a little therapy today, too!