One thing we can always count on in life is change, so let’s look back at all we’ve seen evolve over the past year in the world, in our lives, and in ourselves, and welcome all that’s in store for the new year!
Let’s spend more time in nature, with friends, laughing, learning, growing, exploring, and making the best adventure out of life that we can!
To our continued journey of bettering ourselves, and finding the beauty in life and our imaginations~!
It’s important to be aware of not only how we treat others, but how we treat ourselves.
Often we’ll notice that we treat and view others as more important, competent, skilled, etc, than ourselves. This can become immensely obvious when we find ourselves rejecting praise, be it from friends, coworkers, or bosses.
It’s so important that we don’t sell ourselves short. If we don’t believe in ourselves, others will start to wonder why they should believe in us.
Let’s treat ourselves with kindness, put effort into believing in ourselves, hold our heads high, and walk tall.
Despite temperatures far below freezing, a view like this with vivid blue and warm oranges and greens sure gives you the feeling of those warmer days to come!
There are many photographs like this one that are meant to be seen at a larger size, even if only slightly. Most of the galleries here on Roman Leaf have just been redone, so you can head over, click on an image, and it’ll pop up in its intended size!
If you have any suggestions on how to make Roman Leaf better, improve photography, or you have some subjects/places you’d like to suggest, I’m all ears! A whole new year is ahead of us, so let’s get started exploring!
A beautiful sunrise the other morning! Deep blues and wispy clouds are such a favorite!
Although this one is blurry and was shot handheld to test the exposure, I really like it. The blur works with the moody blues, and I especially like the wispy clouds on the right. They’re very reminiscent of ink clouds in water.
Another gorgeous bridge at North Cheyenne Cañon Park! This cobblestone bridge is the first in the park, sitting right before the visitor center. It crosses over a stream lined with healthy greenery, some of which was changing colors at the start of Fall.
Bridges are always gorgeous, but there’s something magical and timeless about those made from stone. With the carefully placed cobblestones and surrounding vivid colors, this scene is definitely reminiscent of fairytales.