face your fears
Great and beautiful shot
Thank you Michael. I love your site especially the beautiful textured background. We are all one.
Thank you so very much my friend, that’s a great compliment and am blessed and fortunate to receive such a kind compliment. And as for we are one, indeed, in my Cherokee heritage we call that Mitakuye Oyasin, We are all Related…Dohiya is what we Cherokees say that means “Until Next Time” as a Cherokee never says goodbye. Keep in touch. I will soon start my spring and summer photography usually consists of flowers and nature and landscapes, I’m very looking forward to shooting photos again. I’ve been so busy with music and film work, currently writing with and producing a signed thrash metal band called Stories of Solitude and it’s taking up most of my time and being a full time ay home daddy of 4 year twin boys is quite the job…I always take my boys with when shooting photography as we love to walk our beautiful and historic neighbor of north Glendale California, these homes are from the 1920’s circa and they’re beautiful along with their flower gardens…so that time is upon us and are excited to start treading about the neighborhood taking photos for my spring and summer collection. There are tons of photos from last year on my site for you to view when time permits, would honor your feedback and comments on my photography. Also, you can listen to my music at http://www.reverbnation.com/MichaelMulholland and I have plenty of musical works of my own and soundtracks from films I wrote performed and produced for hundreds of films and TV shows, would love to relieve your feedback and comments on that as well. Anyway, this has turned out to be a letter instead of a short response, but I’d always rather engage the conversation more on a personal level than not. Well my friend, you take great care, many blessings to you and yours and have a blessed day every day!
Mitakuye Oyasin… I love it! I believe all spirits are connected in love and light. The trees teach me about humility and stillness, the ocean teaches me about my powerlessness and the wind speaks of freedom. I am grateful for pain as it promises growth if I have the faith to embrace the change it invariably brings. I genuinely accept my not knowing so that I have the opportunity to live each day in wonder.
Thank you for taking the time to reach out across the oceans. I wish you well my brother. I look forward to following your journey. Joe
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