Snapshot: This Moment. 9.16.10

{this moment}

Yesterday, I went for a hike near my house in the mid-afternoon. On my return to the car, at precisely 3 p.m., I heard chanting coming from the woods. A lovely lone male voice, the chanting sounded vaguely Middle Eastern, with haunting notes that were close together in the scale. I stopped and stood in the fog to listen. This man emerged from the woods — rainbow-laden, strewn with bells, tassels and pouches. Eyes closed and continuing to sing and (I took it) pray, he made a left turn and continued down the popular trail.

“This Moment” is a Friday ritual. A photo capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment that I wish to pause, savor and remember. It is inspired by Amanda Blake Soule and legions of lovely bloggers.

I hope you’ll be similarly inspired and leave a link with your own “moment.” I’d love to see it.

I hope you have a wonderful and soulful weekend.

Photo by Susan Sachs Lipman

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6 Responses to Snapshot: This Moment. 9.16.10

  1. tennessee valley to the beach? Love the pic! sarah

  2. Hi Sarah! Great to see you. Yes, that’s Tennessee Valley. My new favorite hike is climbing up to the Coastal Trail and back down, where I heard and saw this lovely person on the way home. (Wednesday the views from the top were outrageous, so I returned yesterday with a camera and got a complete fog soup. Of course the hike was not without its beauty!)

  3. How lucky to be there right at the right time!

    • Yes, indeed! I do feel lucky when moments like that occur. They really offer a chance to be still and experience a particular time and place. It’s always great to see you! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

  4. Love your moment. And I love your inspiration list! Great resource. ;-)

  5. Hi Anne! Thank you so much for visiting. I’m thrilled to have NWF BeOutThere on my Resource Page. Thanks for all your great work. I hope to stay in touch.

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