Majestic Macro

A beautiful tiny world

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the world close up

reveals beautiful details

a moment of zen

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I’m glad that I took the UPS job and stretched myself, physically and emotionally. I had some fun, got in better shape, and was enjoying a break when I was offered the opportunity to return to my previous gig as a medical courier. I’m grateful for the work and a pay raise to help cover more of the driving expenses since we use our own vehicles.

Then the universe threw me a curve in being asked to move out of the place I rent. So now, I’m looking for a new place to live. It was probably time for me to move on, but I didn’t want to deal with the looking and moving again. This will be the fifth place that I’ve lived in the six years since I sold my house.

Underneath the resistance, is excitement to see what I can find and/ or create. Maybe it’s time to splurge and rent my own place instead of renting rooms in houses. Some travel would also be nice. We’ll see what unfolds.

This gives me the opportunity to practice my New Year’s intentions while looking for a new place.

Peace out, Brad

90 thoughts on “Majestic Macro

  1. Sounds like the Universe is giving you an opportunity for some big changes that might lead to something truly wonderful. I wish you all the best Brad. Embrace that adventurous spirit! 😊

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  2. Your post touched me, Brad. Your photos and your words❀️ I have friends who have recently been surprised by moves and the mental and physical turmoil it can cause. I agree with Miriam, how the Universe sometimes gives you what you need to move forward. Amazing Majestic Macro photos! Slowing down to stop and see the exquisite beauty. Thank you for sharing.❀️

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  3. I love the energy I feel coming through this post from you Brad…the photos are incredible and so enchanting and fertile – each in their own way – of possibility and wonder around the corner. I’m excited with you about the changes unfolding and yet do understand that mixed bag of resistance and excitement that are two sides of the same coin. Sending lots of supportive, flowing vibes ❀ Here's to your New Year's intentions!

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  4. It’s really interesting how difficult it is for humans to adapt to change easily…WE all end up adapting in one way or another, but it certainly causes much unrest and anguish….Thankfully good things usually arise out of the change. Wishing this for you as you deserve it. Time to just settle in and not have to worry again. Good luck finding a new housing situation….Soon all will be well πŸ™‚ Take care Brad…VK

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  5. Your photos are stunning, Brad. You have such a wonderful talent. I’m sorry to hear about the need to move, but what a great attitude! I love the idea of “creating” your next home. I’ve found that intentions and affirmations about what you want are powerful. May you find exactly what you’re looking for. ❀

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  6. a moment of zen – indeed, I loved the glimpses you chose to share this!

    Curiosity, possibility, uplifting energy you convey through your post – wishing you the best of ease and joy through your new beginnings and finding places & directions. What else is possible? – just a question that helps me keep the energy.

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  7. Congrats on landing a better paying job….I hope you find a house of your liking…having shifted recently myself, I can tell you it’s a great way to start afresh..there’s the anxiety about the moving, packing, unpacking bit but it’s also very exciting…do let us know how it feels for you Brad 😊😊

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  8. HI Brad,
    Awesome pictures! Congratulations on going back to your previous position. I hope it works out great.
    Sometimes we know we need to make a change, but we are resistant, so the Universe forces our hands. It is a great time to look for a place in a location you love. I do hope you find a great place.
    Blessings to you and good luck on your search! β™₯β™₯

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  9. I’m hoping and imagining you will find a good place to rent and feeling the excitement of possibilities! Beautiful photos. Nature and photography are your constant sources of strength, but there are others as well.

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  10. I’m excited for you, Brad. Change and moving are hard, but without it, you don’t ever get to see what’s behind other doors. I hope the one you open next has lots of magic behind it. Congratulations on the new job, too! I hope this is just the beginning of a wonderful year ahead. I’m rooting for one. Big HNS, my friend. πŸ’•

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  11. Oh wow, Brad! So many exciting opportunities! Yes, stressful, I know. But change is calling, my friend. Your wonderful macro photography shows change in nature over time. I love your beautiful captures! Now, it’s your turn in front of lens of change. Scary as hell, but what a capture, Brad. Don’t ignore this majestic macro messageπŸ’œ

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  12. Excellent photos dear Brad, and instead of thinking life has thrown you a curved ball, Maybe you could look at it as an opportunity in that the Universe is moving you to where you need to be…. Just a thought!….
    Which ever way Brad, I hope you find somewhere you feel comfortable to settle and expand that feels right for you..
    Sending Well wishes my friend ❀

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  13. Really look forward to hearing about your new search for a place ~ I’ve always despised the idea of having to move, but then also end up relishing the process for the reason you mention, creating something new. Congratulations on the job, and the continued stretch physically and emotionally ~ and also the continued amazement at your macro world πŸ™‚ Great photos.

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