Be still

I have just started an online course with Kim Klassen called 'be still'.
I love being still and quiet and hate noise but sadly my head likes to continue with all the thoughts and worries...do you like being still? Stillness is very easy to convey in photography don't you think? not so hard to achieve in real life.

12 comments:

  1. Being still is a wonderful achievement, one I strive for.
    Your capture depicts it beautifully. Have fun with the course!

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  2. I so agree with you on trying to be still in real life. Hoping that stillness can come with a little practise.

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  3. the perfect still photo Justine.......... and yes, it's so hard to do for me too

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  4. I agree, Justine. I'm enjoying the Be Still class, although I've gotten behind and it stresses me, which is not the result that I wanted! Your image is just perfect for the theme.

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  6. Lovely still image! Very pretty light.

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  7. I am half way Be Still and I must admit some time being still does not work with me but I am trying...

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  8. Justine, your images usually do reflect a feeling of stillness which I find very appealing. Wanting that feeling in my heart and soul is the main reason I signed up for Be Still myself. I'm halfway through the class now and am appreciating it more and more as I go along. I look forward to seeing what you will create.

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  9. It is so hard to shut the mind off.

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  10. Such a calm and tranquil shot, lovely

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