Someone once said that New England in October was like being dropped into a box of gumdrops. As far as the eye can see, we are surrounded by the brilliant colors: red, orange, yellow and green as the leaves on sugar maples burn brightly against the landscape.
Wherever you live on the planet nature provides incredible beauty. You only have to open your eyes to see it. Your vision can become blurry though if you are always in a rush and moving through your days at breakneck speeds.
DeWitt Jones, one of America's top professional photographers and, a photojournalist for National Geographic, said this,"The earth today is like a landscape of turbulent weather or a sky of 10,000 snow geese." Jones' vision was to celebrate "what's right with the world." His vision guided him to capture and photograph some of the most stunning places in the world. Celebrating "what's right with the world" is the vision that opened the door to possibility for DeWitt Jones. In order to see "what's right" he had to believe it first.
Believe that what's right in your world is already there. When you believe it, you will see it.