“Some of us aren’t meant to belong. Some of us have to turn the world upside down…”


“Some of us aren’t meant to belong.
Some of us have to turn the world upside down
and shake the hell out of it until we
make our own place in it.”

― Elizabeth Lowell, Remember Summer

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Days of Summer, photography by Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserved

 

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“you only get so many days on the planet”

“You only get one sunrise and one sunset a day, and you only get so many days on the planet. A good photographer does the math and doesn’t waste either.”

―Galen Rowel

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Pacific Crest Sunrise – Douglas Moorezart, c 2016, all right reserved

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“A poet is a verb that…”

 

Full Moon Oak, Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserved
Full Moon Oak, Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserved

“A poet is a verb that blossoms light
in gardens of dawn,
or sometimes midnight.”

― Aberjhani

 

“I can be changed by what happens to me. But…”

“I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.

Maya Angelou, Letter to My Daughter

inspirationsale“On a recent wilderness hike I found myself quite lost, cold and sensing a growing panic in my gut.

I sat to collect my wits and it was then that I noticed this remarkable tree. It had somehow grown through an immovable boulder in an effort to claim its own place, its own life.

I found it an inspiring reminder about how we respond to seemingly insurmountable obstacles. And this photograph and print is the result. – Douglas

Tree of Inspiration, Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, http://fineartamerica.com/featured/tree-of-inspiration-douglas-moorezart.html
Tree of Inspiration, Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, http://fineartamerica.com/featured/tree-of-inspiration-douglas-moorezart.html

“Our deepest fears are like dragons.. “


Desert Dragon, original photography by Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserved

“Our deepest fears are like dragons, guarding our deepest treasure.”

— Rainer Maria Rilke

 

When they awoke each morning, they turned their teacups right side up saying “I’m still here!”

Autumn Equinox

“I was once told that certain spiritual masters in Tibet used to set their teacups upside down before they went to bed each night as a reminder that all life was impermanent.

Fall Equinox, original photo by Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserve

And then, when they awoke each morning, they turned their teacups right side up again with the happy thought, ‘I’m still here!‘ This simple gesture was a wonderful reminder to celebrate every moment of the day.”

Susan Jeffers, Embracing Uncertainty


“Life is made up of a collection of moments that are not ours to keep”

The Blue Line, original photography by Douglas Moorezart, copyright 2017, all rights reserved

“Life is made up of a collection of moments that are not ours to keep”

— Rachel Brathen