God in all things, Photography, Scenery, Travel


It is often said that perception is reality. Without a doubt, we each perceive the world in a way that fits with our own “reality”. There a number of ways to “see” this photo. Is the lake half hidden or half visible? Is the sky mostly cloudy or is there some blue sky peeking through? Are the leaves starting to change or is there not much color yet? These are not mutually exclusive, but speak to a particular “view”.

Which is not that same as saying that whatever you believe must be true. Truth is not relative or changing. There is only one source of truth.

(Photo: Eagle Lake, Acadia NP)


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