Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 At first, I didn't want to use this photo: You can see the edge of the car window and a bit of glare reflecting from the glass. But then I thought: Why not share it? Yes it was clearly taken from a car while passing, but doesn't that just prove that… Continue reading Who Needs Perfection?
Copyright Sarah Davidosn 2021 The famous yellow springs for which the town in Ohio is named. Once believed to have healing properties. And maybe it does... I'm not one to discount the power of nature. But maybe the healing came from the trek to find it. Even now it's located well into a long hike.… Continue reading The Power of a Walk in the Woods
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 A rainbow over the mountains. I'd like to say more... but what else can I say that isn't already captured in the moment of seeing a rainbow? There's a childlike wonder that never disappears, now matter how much we age, whenever a rainbow appears in the sky. We might grow older… Continue reading Thank Goodness for Rainbows
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 Taken in a South Dakota ghost town. This building was so old that it was, literally, falling a part. We could only take one step inside before caution tape stopped us in our tracks. But, still, we could see how this dilapidated building had once held so much life--so many people… Continue reading The Magic of Never Knowing
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 Who would stop for rocks? It was a strange request, as the hike meandered down by the lake, to stop for a moment and drop to the ground, to take a picture of the pebbles. Sure, I took a picture of the lake, too, but I've always loved rocks. Easy to… Continue reading Why Stop for Rocks?
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 We had to stop for the buffalo. What a lovely reminder, especially on a vacation, to pause and enjoy the moment. To recognize that, whatever advances and technology we may have, nature can still stop us in our tracks. And thank you, Nature, for doing just that. We need more of… Continue reading A Reminder from Nature
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 I saw a dove on her nest. She looked at me, and I looked at her. She did nothing to chase me away, just simply stared. But that stare meant more than any sort of flapping wings or screeching ever could. That stare said, "You know what is right." Symbols of… Continue reading A Symbol of Peace
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 It's a color of life, of vibrancy. It's a color of beginning and endings. It's in flowers when they bloom, and the sun when it sets. It's a color that boldly claims, "I am here." It cannot be overlooked. And on my cloudiest days, it reminds me that brightness never truly… Continue reading My Favorite Color is Orange
Copyright Sarah Davidson 2021 The butterfly was just going about its work, trudging through an average day. But the photographer saw a moment that deserved to be captured and preserved.
I realized that I haven't shared some nerdiness in a while. Between that and some extreme cabin fever--come on, COVID-19, haven't you held us captive long enough?--I ended up coming across some pictures from the last Cincinnati Comic Con I was able to attend. Nothing quite captures what it's like to attend a con like… Continue reading Nerdy Time (It’s Been a While)