This post is part of the “Step Into Pictures” series that offers you a new way to explore both difficult relationships and those you treasure. Visit the Step Into Pictures Archive to learn more about it.
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Tomorrow I will be on my way to take pictures in places just like this. You see, I’m joining my daughter and her family for two weeks in Alaska, where I’ll have the chance to renew my acquaintance with beautiful mountains and lakes.
When I come back, I hope to have many pictures I can turn into “paintings” with the free FotoSketcher program I’ve talked about before.
But for now, I want to give you a real painting that required the skill and technique of a real painter. I encourage you to enter it in your imagination and take someone with you. Perhaps it would be someone with whom you have a problem and you could imagine me already being there in that cabin, encouraging you to find a resolution to your differences.
Or maybe, you’d like a good friend to join you and you could talk about how wonderful it is to have someone special with whom you can enjoy pleasures in life — like the times when you can get away from it all.
Enjoy your step-in-pictures journey today and please take a few moments to actually spend time imagining yourself in this painting by the talented Lynne Fearman titled “Alaskan Inlet.”
You can visit her website, Lynne Fearman Art, to see other scenes into which you might want to enter.