Dragonfly Adventure - Photographer's Dolphin Dance

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Posted by Peter ( on June 11, 2003 at 13:14:36:

In Reply to: As Fate Would Have it, Great Bed and Breakfast posted by Peter Rosen on May 14, 2003 at 21:42:02:

My Spirit Body Photography adventure was fantastic. It has now been several weeks since my voyage in the sands of time and the risks of dancing on the edge.

Once again, it has been proven that if one can trust inner guidance, intuition, and be open to whatever possibility, has perserverence in focus, and the ability to clearly communicate, than there is no thing that can not be accomplished.

Of course there are many inner demons to be reconed with. Like presupposing, assuming, thinking you are not good enough, inventions of mind will pop up with the likely explanations of why plans with people do not unfold the way they are expected. And yet, everything is perfect.

I didn't think I had the perfect model when I photographed Julie at the Lava, but her photo yeilded to closest to what I had in mind, when I set out on this adventure. Her image, taken amidst the many tourists, flashing pictures so uncomfortably close, came out just as I sought and thought I had recorded...

.....except for the fact that the first of her two poses in this shot, was completely wiped out, except for a bit of green hand raised high, by the flowing lava, you can see it if you look:

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