My continuing fascination with the nature of staying grounded spiritually....
Return to True Nature
Grounded In Love
The Journey Forward
Hush... Tread Gently Upon the Earth
14/365 - Last Night the Moon Transported the Sea
12/365 - Permeated within Senses
10/365-This Morning I was a Gladiator and I Stood My Ground
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Carol Holmes gave props (9 Oct 2010):
Your photos are awesome! This series could be never-ending...love it!
John Linton gave props (10 Oct 2010):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Sonia Adam Murray gave props (10 Oct 2010):
A wonderful conception I voted.
Claire Crocker gave props (10 Oct 2010):
Superb interpretation through photos. Love it!
Penny Nannini gave props (13 Oct 2010):
everytime I look, I see more that I have missed. You are truly amazing.
Carol Arntsen Masiak gave props (13 Oct 2010):
i am so taken with these - voted!
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Stef LePape gave props (15 Oct 2010):
great visual journey....the many places our feet take us--and interesting choice for main photo....
Michele Randell said (15 Oct 2010):
Thanks everyone for your comments..much appreciated and big thank you to Penny Nannini for nominating this essay xo
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Marela said (15 Dec 2010):
I really like your concepts in your photo essays and how you interpret them in your images, great work.
The Man Who Isn't There (Deleted) gave props (11 Nov 2011):
Great concept and great series.
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