With head, heart, and hand!
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has contributed to much heartache and suffering. The pandemic is likely to be a testing time for you as the insecurities seem to overshadow what you know about illness and disability. We need to live with rapid change in our everyday lives, which often contributes to anxiety, distress, and even emotional trauma. The pandemic is a time to be proactive, resilient, and respectful to others and our physical environment. These are challenging times, and if we keep open minds and are receptive to new ideas and ways of being, we can move towards being happy, healthy and secure people. There are often opportunities to work remotely or study while practicing your handwashing and other personal hygiene recommendations.
In the movie Inkheart, one of the characters suggested that when we read, we can imagine that we are at many majestic and fascinating locations ranging from the oceans to the mountains. Photography can also help us to envision that we are indeed relaxing at choice locations. Images, e.g., green fields and wildlife, are a means to relax and think about the beauty around us. It’s a small and beautiful world, after all!
The above image is of Canmore: The mountains provide a living, dynamic scene!
An Australian Sunrise (below): A New Day is Dawning!
The image above is of Lower Kananaskis Lake, Alberta.
The image below is of the John Day Fossil Bed National Monument, Oregon.
The image above is of Noosa National Park, Noosa National Park, Queensland.
The image below is of alpine flowers, during summer 2020, at Canmore, Alberta.
The image above is of Steveston, British Columbia, Canada.
We mainly apply smartphone and landscape photography. Commercial camera equipment can sometimes be heavy to carry. For seniors and people with disabilities, and others, the best camera is often the one in your back pocket.
Established photographers we are not, and you do not need to be either. Photography is a means to enjoy and appreciate the beauty of the moment. Periodically we will showcase various photographs from such countries as Australia, Canada, and the United States.
You can use the Trident Mediation, Counseling, Arts, and Supports Foundation’s (“Trident Foundation’s”) materials. For example, in your online videos, i.e. Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, Tumblr, YouTube, websites, animations, Royalty-Free provided that you credit the Trident Foundation (in the description). For example, Audiovisual materials: Trident Foundation https://www.tridentfoundation.net
The Trident Foundation is only a chat, contact form, or phone call away!
1- 250-208-8537 (BC)