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Frozen In Motion
Bob and Nadine Johnston
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One of our first trips to Sedona we came to stay for a week with our Time Share. The first night is snowed about an inch. We jumped in the 280Z and headed up 89 to see the snow and came across this waterfall, where much of it had frozen the motion. It had shrunk the falls to what evidently was a small portion of the area water fell when it was not so cold. Its always been one of my favorites of Sedona.
Our Goal for Decades has been to show our Impressions of the Blessings in Beauty that Surround all of Us. . . .. Where we can just see the Creator, through HIS creations which have inspired our work.
..... We do not create our subjects, but just show you what HE has created that we like . . . .. We hope that our work may take you to places, to see Him in ways you may not have the opportunity to see...
There are many famous landmarks on the Sedona, Arizona skyline, is one of the most-photographed sights in Arizona, USA only surpassed by the Grand Canyon. Sedona is located in the Coconino National Forest in Yavapai County, centered practically on Arizona Route 179 and 89. But as you can see, there are many beautiful features in the landscape which are not so famous.
We really appreciate you stopping by to view our work. Paintings or Photographs of beautiful things, especially those in nature can help you feel better, when you stop and take a few moments to see all the details.
It could even surprise you, just how relaxed you can feel after viewing 100 or more images (just try it today) when you take the time for a break.
View or scan them carefully noticing details you would not have otherwise seen, and take the time to see a hundred or so images in that manner. Just clicking Next at the top of the page, again, and again.
Just breath slowly as you are taking the time to find details you would not normally have noticed. Breathing slowly as you watch the next page loading, can even be a form of meditation or relaxation as you think of the scene or landscape as if you are actually in that environment. And when you take ten minutes or so to observe them and pay attention to how you are feeling as you do.
We know you will enjoy our work, even more, and you can just return whenever you feel like you can use a break... just enjoy them, even more, before long...
March 11th, 2013
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