Sigh, more musings--The Nature Challenge coincides with my goal to write more every day: When I'm coaching folks to learn to explore movement and intensity (I like this description SO much more than 'personal and group trainer'--ugh--I actually sort of abhor that janky, shallow synopsis), I often pull from a category of movements I call "Simple, Not Easy".
These are things that seem basic and straightforward but are deceptively intense when focusing on anything from better technique or speed, combo-ing, duration, etc. Mostly just better technique. That'll make something more intense right off the bat.
I was thinking as I was compelled for the thousandth time to capture the flight of both the stunning 'big bird' heron and the calling geese flying over the beautiful Autumn landscape of the river trails that my brain was categorizing this common (for me) scene and making sense of its magic-every-time quality no matter how many times I see them.
"Simple, Not Un-Profound."
What's cool about that is basically it's 'nuff said.
Those who get it, get it.
Those who don't, I don't believe you. It's in there somewhere..
.My bend of the rules for the FB 7 Day Nature Challenge is that I'm posting 7 images every day for 7 days (hey, I have a lot of pent up pics on my phone..!).
From yesterday's Day 6, "Photo" 7
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