“On the move” in an accelerating society with handy pocket-sized digital cameras may manifest in a blur of city lights and speeding vehicles. That’s not my style. I don’t have a smart phone, and my favorite mode of transport is my own two feet. Slowing to a stop on a trail to snap a photograph of my companions and surroundings is my way of depicting my life, my movement. “I am the joy in change and movement” is Steve’s self-expression of identity. I delight in putting one foot in front of the other, moving forward at a pace that allows awareness, self-control and grace. “Walk with me” is an invitation to a deeper experience of moving with life, apace with the planet. For a truly masterful illustration of this theme, visit Steve McCurry’s blog titled “One Step at a Time” here.
Great interpretation of this week’s theme. Love all the photos, looks like you had a great time wandering around. Like you, my favourite mode of transport is by foot, walking. By walking leisurely and taking in our surroundings as they are, sometimes it’s as if we are at one with nature. Nothing like casually strolling around and seeing the beauty of nature up-close 🙂
I’m in total agreement! Thanks for the prompt and for visiting my post!
Alas I have an ankle/leg that does not allow too much walking these days and sadly never on mountians.. so though I enjoyed these very much it was with a hint of sadness.. too 😦
I’m so sorry! Do you still bicycle?
I ride a trike 🙂 but of course only in a fairly local area..
Replying to the comment on the photo of the mountains – that’s Zion National Park in Utah. Absolutely spectacular! Breathtaking view from the top of Angel’s Landing. Do search for photographs: if you can’t hike there yourself, you can still get a taste of the view from others!
Just had a jolly good look.. wondeful thank you !