I've been thinking again....
(I know, I know....)
but, first, would you do me a kindness and click on the first image and view it larger? Thanks! =]
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I've been reading a little book, "The Art of the Moment: simple ways to get the most from life" by Veronique Vienne. It's quite lovely and quirky - what a charming woman - what a wonderful slant she has on life. She brings an attitude of openness and gratitude for the simple moments that, sometimes, we're too busy, noisy, self engrossed or, even, self important to notice. She calls attention to the serendipity of the "every day ordinary" and encourages us to be mindful of it.
My thought is that (and I think that it has been coming on for a long time but I've only just started paying attention to it), the images that often speak the most to me , that are so memorable, are the images that aren't so much about things - subject, light, setting - but are about those things caught in a moment.
It's just a thought. I hardly know what to think of my thought. I really hardly know what to do with it, either, but I like it!
Oh! Except that these are blossoms from my weeping cherry tree, taken over a month ago. They were constantly twirling their skirts and dancing in the breeze.