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Where do you find beauty?

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Darcie

Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga

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  1. Weirdly, though I love nature, I always seem to find myself taking photos of the people standing in it 🙂 My boyfriend laughed at me once, we were doing a trek around Mont Blanc and despite the absolutely jaw dropping scenery, I mostly ended up with shots of our trek-mates smiling, eating, giving the Miley Cyrus peace sign, yadayada you get the picture… I like to think it’s because I’m also a people person 🙂

  2. It’s a nice quotation, but I just can’t see that torrent of water as tears. That much water, to me, is all happiness and blessing. Still, it’s a beautiful photo, the sort that gives me a bit of travel fever.

    1. Thank you! I think it might have just been the mood I was in when I did it. There is so much beauty in the mountains and when the glacier waters melt it brings so much back to nature 🙂 I think you should plan a trip up North!

  3. Everywhere. Here. Outside. In words, in the sky, in the people I meet, in the things they do, in the life all around us, and in the workings of nature. To exist is beautiful.

      1. hahha ya! I did a post about being thankful today! I should have added mountains to it! I freaking adore mountains! ❤

  4. I basically just step outside my front door and it’s right there.

    Seriously. My neighbor is HOT.

    Oh, and the mountains and trees and flowers and everything else aren’t bad looking, either.

  5. I find beauty in flowers. Not the most original answer to your question, but it’s the truth. Show me a rose or a daylily [or a dandelion even] and I’m as happy as can be.

  6. wow what a beautiful picture.
    I am currently inspired by nature which is right outside my door. I have a nest of new baby robins in our porch. They are getting so big now I don’t know how they all fit in that nest. I think they will be leaving the nest soon. Mother Robin has been very busy bringing them worms and bugs all day long.

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