Saturday, May 9, 2020

The World is Quiet; the Flowers Bloom

This little six inch woodland jack in the pulpit lives in my neighbor's garden down the street from me.  She give me hope.

These multi-toned tulips live on Hamilton Street and shine brightly in their soft colors when I walk by.

Tulips and daffodils have no worries.

Here are some beauties from my yard before all the wildflowers come into their glory. The bi-colored tulips are intentionally in focus while the area around them is soft.  I'm playing with the attention the eye goes to with the flowers and also to see deep into the throat of the red/yellow tulips.

 Daffodils seem a little shy, from Sharon's garden at Wiscoy.

Midland shooting star

The early spring flowers remind us to be in this moment.  This is all we have.  Hope is in this moment.  Take a breath, enjoy the flowers and this moment.

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