Life's a journey, and I love exploring. I believe we should live well, love much and laugh often. Twende!
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Motion and Dance
Walking around, pacing, driving, dancing.
I forgot how much dance meant to me until recently, and I couldn't be happier to rediscover it!
Growing up, I remember I would come home from school, and at some point in the evening, I would close myself in my room and dance for about an hour or more.
Nowadays, it's something I haven't had time for; or so I thought.
Sure, I go out with my friends and dance then, but it's not quite the same, and I'm so glad I realised this before it was too late.
I wish I could share how it feels, the catharsis, the emotion, the stillness of thought I find in dance.
Some other day maybe; right now, I'm going to dance.
Posted by The Kenyan Nomad at 1:33 AM
Labels: 2012, cowbird, dance, lens and landscape, photography project, Sewanee, Sewanee landscapes
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