Want to unwind, with a color that's so calming and youthful—pink lemonade may be what you need right now. 😊
Inspired by the song, "Pink Lemonade", written and performed by the talented James Bay.
I love to remix music to create and inspire different feelings almost as much as I love to create artistic visual drone art.
This one was fun for me and I hope someone else enjoys it as well.
Enjoy some fresh Pink Lemonade on the house. 🙌🐼🙌😎😋
It's been really cold and dreary here in Michigan as of late.
The weather inspired and helped release my suppressed nostalgic 90s flannel wearing sweater grunge rooted vibes. 😆
This flight and music mix is a tribute to on of my favorite bands from that period.
Wanted to try and create a something darker this month since Halloween will be here before we know it. I have to admit old cemeteries are quite fascinating to me. Walking the grounds springs forth a multitude of a variety feelings. Of course sadness is the most common, but also happiness.
Here is a stream of consciousness from my experience:
Dark, peace, rest, lovers, friends, warriors, sleeping, loss, grieving, empty, lingering, lost, pain, anger, sadness, good memories, moments in time, flickering, dust, earth, wind, memorial, rise, fall, leaves, rebirth.
Enjoy everyone 🐼
Just got back from an awesome adventure mucking it up in Northern Michigan. Took my dual sport enduro bike out and hit the rough trails to find some awesome remote locations. The deeper I got in nature, the more free I felt. I can't wait to go back and explore some more. Here is a video of one of the remote locations I discovered. Enjoy 😉.
What is the Flow?
The brain can process roughly a maximum of 110 pieces of information per second. But what if we could play that information in our minds in slow motion? Studies performed by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, have helped us gain the first insights into this phenomena.
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” -
Leonardo da Vinci