Photographs of nature inspire us to create, regardless of whether you have been taking photos of nature yourself or are looking at my works, as one does not necessarily always have time for picture-taking.
Our emotions are the initial stage of our creative work
Our emotions are the initial stage of our creative work; creativity is impossible without emotions, but on the other hand, uncontrolled emotional bursts cause stress for this very person, even if the person has overcome it. It is reflected both on the person’s mental world and on a physical level, in the form of a health decline.
Controlling emotions is a way to controlled creativity, but also an opportunity to reach an inner balance, thus leading to physical well-being and long life.
By reading comments under the photos of nature you can perceive the emotions of other people and experience emotions that facilitate the state of admiration and amazement with this world, just like it was back in childhood when we were able to wonder at every bug or blade of grass and everything was thrilling.
It is especially valuable for us, dwellers of cities and megalopolises where one cannot find a place to feel oneself a part of the natural world around us and, through it, get charged with energy for the further competition that is our life.
We live on our emotions and emotions force us to live and act. The one who knows one’s emotions can change one’s life at will.
Photos of nature can help us in studying our emotions. Each picture you have taken or looked at contains emotions that show up in various emotional states which you can alter to your liking provided you are dexterous enough.
Photos of nature inspire creative processes, because they facilitate creative thinking. In photographs
Photos of nature inspire creative processes, because they facilitate creative thinking. In photographs, all qualities of creativity are present, namely: search, satiety, insight, and verification.
The ability to control our emotions is an ability to govern, as needed, our emotions, feelings and moods by the dictate of our own minds. The ability to control our emotions is what distinguishes a mature person from a childlike one, a well-mannered person from an ill-bred one, an adequate and effective person from an ineffective one and simply a psychopath.
While looking at the photos of nature, you receive knowledge and emotions that are inclined to be positive. But even negative emotions induced by the photos of nature let you get what you are looking for in an emotional state.
Photos of nature cannot stimulate negative emotions; they facilitate one state of mind or the other that is perceived as some vague memories associated, possibly, with an unpleasant experience in one’s past. But one cannot be constantly in an elated, positive mood; mood swings from sadness to joy occur all the time.