Last month, I invited you to join me in an artistic adventure: to look closely at winter, find a fresh sense of wonder, and create something. Even if – or maybe especially if – we were feeling tired of winter, the practice could be good for us.
Well, other people were already doing this as naturally as they were breathing!
Every Wednesday, Sue Heavenrich posts one of her recent photographs. Each one is a seasonal observation and a piece of art. Sue loves the earth no matter what colors it’s wearing. She also writes to study, to celebrate and to protect the environment. Her blog is called Archimedes Notebook. (archimedesnotebook.blogspot.com).
Minnie Jardine has been sharing photographs, too. Amidst the chaos and clutter of Facebook, her images stand out. They embrace the season just as it is. Minnie is curious about winter’s deep darkness and she is interested in finding sunlight playing through the trees. She seems to smile at the weather no matter what tricks it throws. Minnie is also a painter, yoga teacher, and reiki practitioner. (www.minniejardine.com)
Baby you can never hold back spring
Run on home for the day.