Early morning light Patches of unfinished dreams float towards eternity
The soft light conjures vague veils between the trees, like pieces of dreams floating into eternity upon awakening.
'Unfinished Dreams' is a new artwork in my collection 'The Narrow Path'. I made this photo during a walk through the beautiful forest Dover Plantage, near the town of Hurup Thy in North Jutland, Denmark.
Colors disappear in the mist I am overwhelmed by silence, alone, afraid that I've lost my way But then I realize, to find the way is to stop looking
A gray, foggy day. A day like so many, where you only see vague outlines of the path you are walking. The silence and lack of sight are oppressive at first. Until you regain peace and confidence, and let the trees guide you.
Embrace the joy of daylight Find comfort in the bright light of a fresh breeze and the winter sun
Our day with no screens, no internet and (almost) no electricity was a breath of fresh air.
Literally, because we took a long walk. Figuratively, because we reflected and talked about our online time and use of electrical devices. Even in our minimalistic household, this generated several immediately implementable ideas, providing peace of mind, time for reflection, time to do different things for a change, and saving on our CO2 emissions.
So we will continue to do this. One day i-off and e-off every week. We can heartily recommend it, if only to become aware of your i-use and e-use and the alternatives that are available.
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Artwork: In Daylight (Inverted version of the artwork 'In Darkness') The setting sun seen through a dense forest
'In Daylight' is a new artwork in my collection 'Quest For The Light'. I made this photo in the beautiful forest Dover Plantation, near the town of Hurup Thy in Denmark.
Embrace the silence of darkness Find comfort in the scant light of a candle and the winter sun
Anuscka and I decided to spend a day "in darkness" every week. Figuratively speaking that is, it will be a day with minimal use of electricity and no use of the internet, and screens in general.
Why? Because we are curious to see how we like it. Because we want to spend less time behind screens. Because we would like to have a recurrent period of silence and reflection. Because using very little electricity for a day contributes significantly to reducing our CO2 footprint...
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Photo: In Darkness The setting sun seen through a dense forest
'In Darkness' is a new artwork in my collection 'Quest For The Light'. I made this photo in the beautiful forest Dover Plantation, near the town of Hurup Thy in Denmark.
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