When I think of liquid I think of water.
I love water and am drawn to a paradox. Water has so many;
It can be calm, peaceful and serene, yet turbulent and chaotic.
It is pure, clean and refreshing, yet can be contaminated, dirty and stagnant.
It can be delicate and light, yet heavy and oppressive.
Water gives life, yet can also take it away.
It is clear, yet appears blue, grey, white and green.
We drink it, we swim and sail in it, shower, bathe and wash just about everything in it. It makes up 70% of our body and covers just over 70% of our planet. Water keeps us and our planet alive and is truly a life force akin to our breath.
Without water, our earth and us along with it, would die. Be mindful of the impact your footprint, no matter how small, has on the sustainability of this liquid life force. We think our one little footprint doesn’t matter – that the way we impact our environment doesn’t matter, but it does. If only a tiny portion, which you and I are one, of the over 7.5 billion footprints are mindful that makes a difference.
I love water. I took this photograph on a hike into the hills around Lake Folsom trails in California. The rocks at the side of the river where the perfect natural tripod to slow it down.