Kevin Kuehler

Dark and gloomy clouds on their way to overtake the remaining afterglow - which makes its final stand behind the mountains. Ahh, I love the night time.

gdragonismyhomeboy:

"Much of Taoist wisdom came from the observation of nature.  The willow in the storm aptly shows the power of being externally flexible but internally firm."— Andy Baggott, Living the Zen Arts: Meditation, Martial Arts, Calligraphy, Flower Arranging, the Art of Tea (2005)

gdragonismyhomeboy:

"Much of Taoist wisdom came from the observation of nature.  The willow in the storm aptly shows the power of being externally flexible but internally firm."

— Andy Baggott, Living the Zen Arts: Meditation, Martial Arts, Calligraphy, Flower Arranging, the Art of Tea (2005)

My sister’s friend took this on her iPhone in Utah. It’s still amazing to me that such high quality and detailed photos can be snapped on such small devices. Furthermore, it can be sent over distances of thousands of miles in mere seconds. So beautiful that we are able to get a glimpse of the setting in sun in Utah while also enjoying our own here.

My sister’s friend took this on her iPhone in Utah. It’s still amazing to me that such high quality and detailed photos can be snapped on such small devices. Furthermore, it can be sent over distances of thousands of miles in mere seconds. So beautiful that we are able to get a glimpse of the setting in sun in Utah while also enjoying our own here.

sundxwn:

Lines of Ruby by Trevor Anderson
fy-perspectives:

MEMORIES!

fy-perspectives:

MEMORIES!

untrustyou:

Alex Robertson