https://www.instagram.com/p/BiyaSeGlt4_/?taken-by=shay_law This stopped me in my ever-scrolling tracks and Shayla gave permission to share it here. Then I checked out some of her most recent photos and wanted to share them all. Offered here as your daily reminder to slow down and soak it in. Photos by Shayla Wallace.
What makes you different, makes you beautiful, writes Shayla Wallace, who only had to take about 50 photos, experiment with endless different angles and freeze her fingers, to get this moment. Worth it.
Shayla Wallace became one of our incredible photo contributors after agreeing to guestagram for us last May. I asked if she would go through her images of the past year and select four favourites to share. How she narrowed it down is beyond me, but she did. For more, follow her at https://www.instagram.com/shay_law/
Seriously, the news just keeps getting worse. I shut it down. Peek back. Crawl back under the covers. Hence, the great solace and medicine I find in just sitting absolutely still and staring into this photo for a minute, thinking about nothing but my breath moving in and out. Thank you Shayla Wallace.
Rumi said, "Don't sit and wait. Get out there, feel life. Touch the sun and immerse in the sea." Shayla Wallace is getting the message loud and clear and her feet are itching.
Shayla Wallace took this image on the Lost Lake trails in Whistler. "I hadn't realized how many trails tehre are. I've gotten lost more than once on this adventure. I also had a fun time getting this photo - nearly feel in countless times." One must suffer for the shot. Right? And she got it.
Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower. ~ Hans Christian Anderson Offers Shayla Wallace, as she submits today's photo: "This is for everyone who is in need of some summer love. It's an old photo, but with all of these grey skies and snow, I've been missing … Continue reading If the weather didn’t deliver what you needed today, Shayla Wallace has something for you
Shayla Wallace shares this image and thought-prompt with us today: "Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is forseeing. It is looking at the thorn and seeing the rose, looking at the night and seeing the day." -Shams Tabrizi Here I am looking at the snow, and seeing the snowflake.
Together is a wonderful place to be.
Shayla Wallace captured this image from one of the look-out points in Mount Currie. The girl made the rain look beautiful (see her amazing fall image that was recently featured on Global TV), but I think, because that 40 day stretch of soggy precip has broken, that today's image makes me particularly happy. Hello snow! Keep … Continue reading Well, hello winter. Shayla Wallace’s photo today is pure wonderland