The Magnificent Purpose

The magnificent something is created as a never-ending quest to find the extraordinary, the abnormal, the beautiful, the magnificent.

It is an outlet, an output and an open invitation to enjoy life.

Thank you for checking it out, and I hope you love it as much as I do.

Love,

G

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46 thoughts on “The Magnificent Purpose

    1. It is strange how caught up we get with the series of events we call life. How forgetful we can be of the beauty around us. πŸ™‚ and how magnificent it is when we step back and see it (as well as seeing that there are others -like you- that can appreciate it as well!). thank you for the comment! πŸ™‚

  1. Hello, thank you for checking out my blog I really appreciate it. I love your blog, it’s content, appearance, posts and you. Finding the magnificent, extraordinary is almost an impossible feat but I have a little bit of the extraordinary in my son. He is autistic and he is the joy of my life, both of my children are. My son makes me see the world through innocent eyes, the beauty, injustice in the world and is pure sense of what is right and wrong. Talk to you soon.

  2. Glad I stumbled onto your iphoneographic blog. Having lived in the UK myself for about 5 years, your photos bring back memories… Keep those stories coming & stay inspired!

  3. Glad I stumbled onto your iphoneographic blog. Having lived in the UK myself for about 5 years, your photos bring back memories… Keep those stories coming & stay inspired!

  4. I’m so glad I stumbled upon your blog, I love beautiful things (hahahaha and so does everyone else). But I especially love the simple beauty of things that people might just look over but your pictures and words capture.. Thanks for sharing! I’m now off to continue stalking your blog.

  5. I find this space has an element of the proprietor taking risks, inviting the ipunknown with open arms, not reacting to our fear but taking action ith fear as a companion.

    I find your creativeness extraordinary.

    Marty

    Be here now without any judgment, empty to live this moment.

    Happiness does not exist in the past or future, why spend time wasted there.

    Damn nice blog, kudos

  6. You’ve got such a wonderful blog….agree so much with your comments and love seeing London thru your eyes! Living on a farm in North Carolina, I sometimes just crave a BIG CITY fix. Your pxs will help until I get a chance to visit one. Thanks so much! And thanks for visiting my blog!

  7. Thanks for the “like” on my post. Life is magnificent-even with its quirks. And I always enjoy seeing the work of other cameraphone photographers. And I too enjoy the city at times; I’m just a half-hour outside NYC and try to get there when I can.

    Peace.

  8. Excited to find your blog (by following you from mine). Your write with such presence and have a wonderful capacity to capture the beauty and brilliance of the everyday. There is exquisiteness all around us, even in the darker moments, if only we open ourselves up to discovering them. I’m glad you provide lovely reminders of that here. I’m enjoying the exploration and inspiration. Thank you!

  9. Really nice blog, beautiful design! I’m still fiddling around with mine, in due time, I hope my blog can be as inspirational as yours seems to be! Thanks for liking it πŸ™‚

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