About the thirdeyeworld

Photo taken in early November 2010 at the intimidating Thorung-La Pass, the highest point of the Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal at 17,769 feet (5,416 m).  For more information, see February 22, 2011 post titled “The Gates of Hell”. 

The inspiration behind the thirdeyeworld came from my own personal love and enjoyment of traveling and seeing the world.  My hope is to inspire, educate and motivate others to want to see the world and experience other cultures with an open-mind.

The thirdeyeworld is a way to experience the world, quick and easy, through photography, poetry and inspiration about places that have inspired me and everyday life. It is a shorter version of my main blog thirdeyemom which I began almost five years ago and haven’t stopped writing on ever since.

It is my hope that you will find joy and inspiration in my musings and photography, and that reading my blog will brighten and enlighten your day.


    • Thanks so much! I hope you can as I LOVE your photos. I wish I was a better photographer….some day perhaps I’ll take a beginner course and upgrade from my cheap digital camera! 🙂 Professionals like you inspire me to learn more but I am sure it is an art and takes years to perfect, right! 🙂

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    • Hi Marcella! I am going through my blogs (I have two and this is my side blog) and realized that I perhaps never responded to your comment! I am so embarrassed! Thank you very much and congrats to you for the award as well. I really apologize for not responding sooner! I normally check my comments through my main blog thirdeyemom and sometimes ones get missed. Anyway, thanks again! 🙂

      • Marcella Rousseau

        Hi! You know, apologies not necessary. Sometimes I don’t hear from people at all! I know you did respond (very nicely) to one of the awards at least. (Can anybody keep track of all this? I can’t.) If you’re happy then I’m happy ; – )

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