I keep taking a step back to regroup, revamp, and rejuvenate. I have to be honest, I kind of suck at it. I always seem to end up back in the same loop that I am trying to escape. With that said, I was thinking about my last two post. They were not pretty. The pictures were, the writing was not. I’m bad about that.
I have always been one to say what I think and what I feel. I wear my heart on my sleeve when I am writing. A lot of us do, but for me…well, it has always been the best way for me to communicate. I also figure that it is my blog so I can write what I want. However, I also want to write in a way that connects with people. Something else that I’m pretty freakin’ horrible at. Sorry about that on all accounts.
I’ve really just wanted to be somebody most of my life. I’ve always been looking for a place, but at the same time I knew that place needed to involve photography and writing. There is that whole heart on the sleeve thing. I think it is just that for some of us, most of us, it is so easy to get lost and trapped when we are on the wrong trail. When our souls are able to be wild and free. Sorry, had to throw that in there somewhere but that is all I will say on that subject.
I don’t really know what any of that means. I know that with some recent physical ailments and health issues, I’ve started really treading mud in the realms of this path that I’m on. It is time for serious buckling down. I am not sure what that means, but it means something.
As for wild and free, as cheesy as it is that is actually what I felt when I photographed this beauty. I was deep in the heart of a basin in Colorado. I actually parked my car and hiked to get to this guy and his herd. There were multiple herds and I just took the time and sat there…watching, photographing, being an actual part of the moment. I’ve done a lot of wildlife photography over the years, but honestly I can say that it was not like it was in this trip. I need to do more of that.
Thank you to everyone who continues to follow my blog and bearing with me through it all.
Live, laugh, love, and let it ride.
Montana Rose Photography