S: Life Happens Even When You are to Busy to Notice . . .
FC: Life Happens Even When You are to Busy to Notice . . . Allen Hrenyk, Photographer and Author
1: The roads we travel, with their many twists and turns, lead to new experiences and endless expectations. My journey for the past year is partially recorded in this photo book.
2: Art is a gathering place. First in the mind and then in a gallery where the minds of many are laid open to view. The most profound thoughts are expressed through art.
3: What discoveries have gone undiscovered? What art has been obliterated because it did not fit into the confines of the norm? While we are building our culture, art and society, have we inadvertently cancelled out greater culture, art and society?
4: Sometimes we need to just say what we need to say and let the "fool out for a walk." A few careless steps should not frighten us to remain within the comfort zone of not caring..."
5: The many phases of life come in quiet succession, some are hardly noticed, while others linger in our consciousness for an eternity.
6: Color and Form
8: The flowing rivers bring life to the earth.
10: He and she, souls a blended, hearts a mended, lives on a journey., Tucked within each other, the flames of passion lie., Thoughts tranquil, joys unending, a single spark ignites their being. Moods merging, enchanted bonds joining the moment sharing. Never two, but only one, united for the delight belonging to their days.
11: When things are tough and waves mount high, Use your wings and rise, rise, rise above the shadows; And those things which betray your warmth and caring, As they gently bring you back to the peace wrapped around your soul.
13: Not a flower withers without His notice.
15: The gentle tugs of love upon my heart, have left me weary. Her sweet scent, faintly still hangs upon the air. Her elegant form and sweet laugher, but memories are. Her love and touch to another moved, without much care.
17: Let the heart laugh at life, and let it dispel every tale of lonely paths along lonely journeys.
20: Life is both complex and simple.
25: Life will take what ever you give to it. Give nothing but your best, then smile a lot.
26: Not all birds of a feather will flock together. That is how life is . . .
27: Take away the sun and there is not much left. The world is made beautiful under its watchful care.
28: My Journey into Space by Allen Hrenyk Through the centuries the stars have both challenged and charmed us with their elusive yet constant presence. This sprinkling of light is God’s way of showing us both His grandeur and His splendor. As we look up into the night skies, the pinholes of light draw us further away from ourselves and diminish the significance of human endeavor. The deep yearning for adventure has dominated the human spirit for millennium and the stars have provided the unparalleled challenge for exploration. Drawn above the ambitions of human pride and arrogance these orbs of light have caused our jaws to drop in stark admiration. The vast expanses of occupied space are without question the most ambitious playground for human thought and contemplation. Our journey, the visual journey into space, aided by the technological advances of the Hubble telescope have brought God’s front yard within the grasp of human experience. We have embraced the creation and the creator. We have been thrilled by scripture imagery of a powerful God Who formed the heavens as a canopy of protection during the night. The immense stars and galaxies strewn with meticulous precision through the vastness of space argue for the certainty of intelligent design. The most amazing experience for me was the opportunity to visually visit God’s front yard aided by the Hubble telescope. The nebula in Orion long thought to be the entrance to heaven does not disappoint as it stands out as the most singular testimony to opulence in the sky. The pink and mauve billowing gases that form a chamber of light cradle a collection of newly created stars being readied for their journey into the vast regions of the universe. It is here that God forms the stars and assembles the galaxies to adorn his heavens. The cavernous walls are covered with stars like diamonds that glisten and sparkle by their own light. Words are but weak inadequate vessels for conveying the joy and exhilaration that I experienced as I stood in God’s front yard peering at the doorway to heaven.
33: The old Chevy, she ain't what she used to be. She ain't what she used to be. First angles then curves, she was transformed first on paper then under the paint.
34: Sacramento is a troubled town with debt so high, that it brings a frown, to even the face of a once cheerful clown.
39: Man is far more complex than he cares to be. More than just an eater he aspires to be. Somethings come naturally, while others, after days of struggled and focused care are sure to be.