Divine Nature

Prepare to be inspired! This photo set holds the attention like an ancient monument… too big to grasp with the eyes… yet understood immediately by some deeper consciousness… primordial form… Goddess Incarnate. LOVE!

 

“Albino Boa Constrictor” Portland, Oregon. June 2013 “Snakes symbolizes transformation; shedding of the old and embracing of the new.”

“Albino Boa Constrictor”
Portland, Oregon. June 2013
“Snakes symbolizes transformation; shedding of the old and embracing of the new.”

“This project is a series of images that represents the crossroad where woman meets the divine spirit of nature in the form of animals, and where she embraces it. There’s a long history in shamanic traditions and ancient cultures where humans have imbued themselves with the special qualities that animals have and their relationship to the world. Eating a part of the animal, or wearing a part of the animal, or using the animal as a totem deeply permeates us with their special powers. We want to come back to that state of grace where we are aligned with nature as animals are in the right relationship with their environment.”—Holly Wilmeth

“Olive Ridley Turtle Shell”  Mazunte, Oaxaca, Mexico. February 2013 “The turtle symbolizes Mother Earth as well as being well-centered and well-grounded in life.”

“Olive Ridley Turtle Shell”
Mazunte, Oaxaca, Mexico. February 2013
“The turtle symbolizes Mother Earth as well as being well-centered and well-grounded in life.”

Learn more about the artist at her website: http://www.hollywilmeth.com

Visit the original article here: Musings: Holly Wilmeth’s Divine Nature | PROOF.

wabi-sabi

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The Japanese term “wabi-sabi” refers to a kind of beauty that’s “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete,” says Leonard Koren. It differs from Western notions that beauty resides in the “monumental, spectacular, and enduring.” It’s about “the minor and the hidden, the tentative and the ephemeral: things so subtle and evanescent they are almost invisible at first glance.”

via  Rob Brezsny’s Free Will Astrology

Father, '09

Father, ’09 by Azrael @ Rainbow Bridger

Image copyright : Azrael Oxumaré