Tuesday, April 14, 2015

52 Weeks of creative exposure : week 12 -15


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I have not forgotten my commitment to take one image a week for the 52 weeks of 2015. It’s just that I forget to post. I have really missed colors, this one a tribute to spring.  I was out almost the whole day today, it was too gorgeous to be wasted indoors. First it was a long walk, followed by small errands and aimless wandering in the garden center by my house. Have you ever just wiled away time,  it is such a fulfilling creative exercise. Am all for it and there are days, I just spend gazing at the deep blue summer skies. Am off to spend some more time doing pretty much nothing…

Well, I will leave you with this thought and catch you very soon with a recipe and some more stories.

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3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous. Particularly taken with the Daffodils. They were my main wedding flower. My husband came from Oregon. Thousands of acres were bought out my the timber companies eating up homestead after homestead. Going thru those areas you would never know there had been a farm there except for clumps of daffodils still blooming with sturdy sunny good cheer year after year. My thought was what a symbolic flower to represent a long term marriage that continues to bloom despite all odds.
    I don't normally talk about MY website, but please take note of the slight name change from Wild Goose Tea. New web design too----whoopee and am adding new features along the way.

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