We tend to always be looking forward to the future.
We set our sites on the world in front of us and sometimes rely on "tunnel vision" to get to our goals. Don't get me wrong, looking forward is a great way to achieve your goals, but sometimes looking at your world one way can lead to creative gridlock and if we just change our perspective a tiny bit a whole new avenue of ideas may open up!
This week let's change our perspective and look up!
There is a whole world above us that we sometimes miss seeing because we simply forget to look up.
My skies lately look a lot like this:
So there is not much to see up...
I spend a lot of time looking up actually as I adore looking at the mountains that surround me. I feel comforted by them but when I read this prompt I felt that I should post a photo from a time I was forced to look up.
We had a HUGE gust of wind and it blew the skylight right off of the yurt. I was sitting at the computer and felt this WHOOOOOSH. I looked UP.
Uhm, we have a problem!
I called the hubby and he came home and set about at least covering the hole. It has a 6' diameter.
He had help.
Anything we do around here gets help.
I should mention that he is up about 18'.
Harry the Farm cat is fearless and he LOVES to climb ladders.
It's never dull around here.
I truly hope I never have to look UP for this again.
Although that is the view I have when I look up and out the skylight when it is ON the yurt.
It is also especially beautiful when the full moon passes overhead when it is in line with the skylight.
Be sure to check out all of the other UPlifting photos at The Studio Sublime!