Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Looking At Things Differently

Those who have been reading the blog for the past several weeks might have figured out that the farmers did, in fact, find a way to 'get away' for at least a little while.  Hopefully, the prior posts have impressed upon those who care to know that we were fully aware that we were needing to get a new perspective on things.  We also hope that the posts shared some of the healing we've been trying to accomplish in the process of going somewhere different.

 One of the things we have done is taken the time to look at things differently.  Sometimes the daily slog causes us to have tunnel vision and we miss some pretty incredible things.  For example, both Tammy and I noticed the colors and textures at this particular location.  I mean, we really NOTICED the colors and textures.  So, we took the photo above to just focus on those things.

 The picture above is a more complete rendering of some of what we were seeing.  The rock at the bottom right is the same one in the first picture.  But, when you look at the second picture, the ocean and mountain seem to grab your attention.  And - that's not really a problem.  It's just a matter of looking at things differently.

 Usually, Rob is the one who sees pictures that might be a little different.  But, Tammy saw the one above and pointed it out to me.  Here's the great news about that.  First, Tammy saw something cool that we might otherwise have stepped right over to get to the ocean overlook.  Second, I knew exactly what she was talking about when she pointed it out.

And, we finally figured out a couple more things about the camera so photos like the one above won't escape us any longer.  It's amazing what you can learn when you start looking at things differently.

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