Our photographic inspiration of the day comes from an article in yesterday’s New York Times Sunday Review.
When I look at nature — the way a seagull spreads its white wings wide as it hovers just above a meal, the way the tide rushes in bringing shell sparkles and lost treasures, the way the sun rises every morning even when it is cloudy, the way a tree stands proud even when it is wounded, it’s roots deeper than the trials it endures — I see truth, a truth where there is no need for anxiety because things are as they should be. People should stand strong and say what they really feel not what they think others want to hear. They should flow with their emotions, like the tide, whether they be happy or sad.
Surviving Anxiety at the Roots from Alexandra Heather Foss