I carry my camera wherever I g,o and yes, even my camera is ‘old school’ to most of you who pack a ‘smart cell phone with a camera’ at your very finger tips. Yours may fit into your pocket but ‘mine’ is an impressive thing flung over my shoulder and giving my back a work out and making people think I must be a reporter or something because a Nikon with a huge telephoto lens is not the thing just ‘normal’ people carry.
My friends actually think the thing is growing out of my body and for my kids, and now grandchildren, if they want to recognized me I have to put the camera to my eye. They don’t know I have a face. (Maybe that’s a good thing!)
We may be driving down a road and I see a beautiful scene or an unusual shot and yell to my husband. STOP! By the time he looks around the area trying to figure out why he should stop and says, “What? Where? When? Why?” we are about ten miles down the road.
We’ve had many heated discussions and I think I’ve got him trained to stop right then and ask questions later. I can actually see images within the trees, clouds, rocks, and scenery that the average person doesn’t see. I’ve heard the Indians speak about the tree spirits or the rocks speaking, and I can identify with what they are revealing as I too see them.
I’ve gotten many different and often times revealing pictures I would have missed had my camera not been by my side. A lot of times the pictures come out with things when printed which I didn’t see when they were taken.I will reveal some of these at times and they will also be found in some of my future books.
The spirit world comes in so many forms.