Ke Marshall's photos


Touch the Light, Count the Ripples

Sit and watch the light glare...ripples roll into the space and encircle the light floor...feed the world and give humans a place to call home. Lift eyes and absorb the light, rays so close that breaks along the face. Touching and leaving blessings that we are gifted the hands of nature. Surrender to what we need and hold to what we desire...in hopes...it creates a passion to build togetherness.

Sticks, Stones and Flow

Since it has been raining nonstop, I anticipate to visit Forest Falls to see the growth in water expansion in Mill Creek. When I was little, I would quickly run outside to see if the pond across the street flooded. If the creek closed off the road with some surrounding houses under water, I was wondering what mother nature was doing after rain. Unlike the south, California does not have the fresh rain scent blowing in the air. *sigh* You all who grew up in the countryside, you know what I am speaking about…

The Forest Falls

Once I find a space of comfort, it's rare that I will leave it. I feel this photograph is representational of serenity. The light and water are unfolding the true beauty of Earth's nature. Forest Falls expands large amounts of land, trails, and endless flows of rivers. As you drive up the road into San Bernardino National Forest, you will see the Mill Creek flowing below and at the base of the mountains. California is surrounded entirely by mountains. Like an interconnected web, they touch land and give off…

Ground, Upward Bound

There is no way but up once you're at the bottom. With all things, there requires a steep climb. As I stay looking up [not just because I like the skies, stars, moon], I prefer it because it's spacious and gives endless infinity. If at the ground, it is OK to stay still but remember to get up to start climbing upward. Then once you're at the top, you can look all around and rejoice how far you come to get there. A struggle [ground], placing your feet, trusting the step, and keeping eyes on a center point […

Light My Way

If everything was black and white, [no color existed], would we be more content? There would be no distinctions other than our appearance to one another. Details more sharp, lines more drawn. Would we grow bored? Would the sun still mean the same as it does to day? Would night skies be brighter since no color interferes? Yet this photograph shows light. Even in the contrast of light and dark, it highlights fine details of the surroundings especially stones, prints, shrubs. I imagine this photograph like w…

Anew

Starting over is like stepping into a pool to be anew. Anew in the sense of gaining greater from what needs to be scrapped [erased, desolated, removed, changed, empowered] off. As they say, 'back to the drawing board', it allows a better way of getting to what you need. Even if the pool is in various depths, your situation will surface to the top for you to carry to shore. As the water pushes minerals and cleanses the rocks, the anew will resonate clearly and purify any situation. Let the water do its work…

Sun Days

You can tell that I stood in this position from different angles. Much to say, life have you going in many paths and directions especially circular, cut off, running endlessly, etc. Sometimes the best way to discover a route is to trust that you know this very moment and visited it previous times in your life. I think I encounter situations that it almost feels familiar each time (different situation, people, surroundings). I take it as a way that life will teach a new way of facing circumstances. Know ea…

In the Center of Light

Centering self is to allow yourself to neutralize and ground yourself to importance. It's easy to stumble on rough surfaces and find self falling to find a soft landing [understanding, acceptance, the keys of life]. Being in the center is like an eagle soaring around all and choosing how to fly against the wind. So many of my photographs centers on light and occasionally unintentionally light arises from them, I like things to shine with clarity. The skies, the sun, and the moon are all areas in our existe…

The Mountainous Moon

[lets see if soup will expand my wisdom] My older brother and I got into a deep conversation today about bad habits. That either good or bad habits will dictate who you become as a person. Though I gave my perspective about habits [bad] are considered to be subsconscious acts based on insecurity or self-justification---> I don't think the line is quite fine. People are with multiple layers to who they are and those layers shelves aspects of what they value, learned behaviors, exposure to environment and soc…
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