The Best Is In Front Of Me
"the art of now, where life really lives,"
As a riveting performance is lost to a sleeping audience, I was losing present moments as distracting thoughts pulled my life out of focus.
This photographic series began during a traumatic period of potential loss as my husband was dying. I decided to focus on those precious, present moments—where life really lives—and hone my awareness to the here and now.
Proving the best is in front of me came from seeing a spray of cascading water obscuring behind it’s veil the Rocky Mountain landscape—typically a primary focus - was merely a backdrop.
The water became a metaphorical expression of ‘mindfulness in the present moment’ in this meditative series.