In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. John Muir Word of the day challenge: Nature
Have you ever noticed that many of the questions we ask start with the letter “W?” Who, What, Where, When or Why (to name a few). But before I go further with that, I have to mention the “W” words that continually inspire me… Water & Wind. We had some crazy rain yesterday, and an incredible wind storm last night (and today—at this very moment), so inspiration was dropped on my door step, literally. That’s where my featured image comes in. Some peaceful palm trees blended with a rowdy radial blur. It’s kind of “West Coast Winter meets East Coast Tropical Storm.” Words & Writing are also some favorites. Need I say more? So… back to my introduction. Questions are important. Don’t believe everything you hear or read. Think critically! Ask questions! Check the facts! Do your own research! These words of wisdom have been drilled into my head at school. And speaking of Wisdom; we gain this lovely lady by asking the right questions. I adore her… and I promise to love, honor and …
Forever & Ever Amen I’m interrupting the Alphabet Game for a little abstract fun. A big thank you to Brashley Photography for the challenge, and for the extremely useful instructions on “How to Twirl in Photoshop.” This is my submission for Photo of the Week-53-Abstract, and how fun it was to make!! These are a few of my favorite fuchsias, incognito, with a little country twang to help them twirl in rhythm. Peace & Love… Keep on twirling on. 😉
Urban sidewalk A hidden gem after the rain Beauty can always be found You just need to look With your heart Open *
My dreams are vivid, they’re bold and alive. The colors run deep, as they spin and they jive. Often they fade, to black, and to white, Others appear in magnificent light. Sometimes in shadows, or a dark silhouette, They wait as I cling to the fear of regret. One dream can splinter, into two, even three, I’ll never stop dreaming of all I can be.
Quietly I slip away Into the black and white. Cautiously Sparking palettes Waiting for colors to ignite. Weekend Writing Prompt #87: Ignite